I just became a member after finding out that I would be able to communicate with you here, as I greatly admire your work especially with regards to having found a way to reveil the moon in all it's splendor through your brilliant method of color application.
I have been working on images from the several craft that are, or have been on or orbiting Mars, and that have been released to the public. The trouble is again the processing that they've undergone, which leaves e.g. thick layers of e.g. JPL-NASA "Red-Planet-Red" covering all the details in the originals, and that's just one thing that bars the general public from seeing what's really there.
My request to you would be to give me some information on how to develop a standard method that would distribute color nature-identical to the surface of Mars, once its artificial color has been removed.
Bert from Belgium