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An image has some detail, regarless of being a positive or a negative. The contrast, for example, is the same, as is the number of colours. The fact that we may see things better in a negative image (sometimes) is only because of the way we interpret the data, and in this case, the way we see faces.
Originally posted by vze2xjjk
Negative images sometimes show more detail,since nasa tends to mask in the positive images more than the negative,or at least less effects negative images.
I suppose I could be considered one of those people that insists "only rocks", and if you consider me one of those, I would like to say that I have nothing invested in cover-ups.
That's why I get flamed most because the very people who insist "only Rocks" are the most invested in cover -ups and detest the fact I've found an easy way around masking that would cost them $ MILLIONS $ of dollars in man-hours to correct.