posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 04:53 PM
I have a question, or maybe it's an issue.
I am a retired Xerox digital image repro technician and trainer, a retired old lady.
What I have been doing for four years is look at NASA photos to identify faults: skew, aspect ratio defects [due to pitch, roll and yaw of moving
camereas]; inverts, extreme and undeveloped contrast; false hues, paint-overs and occultation [which is a software routine].
I have tens of thousands of NASA photos scrutinized and "corrected," the way I used to "fix" my copier customers' copies. I have photos of Venus,
our Moon, Mars and Mars' moons, Jupiter's Moons, Saturn and Saturn's Moons, and Asteroids.
What shall I bring here for people to see? Or will I get banned for showing up with these photos which now have greater detail than their NASA
equivalents. Yes, I provide SOURCE PHOTO links.
Thank you for your advice and consideration.