Using latest Firefox browser with MS VISTA, NVIDIA color .
After some difficulty I finally settled on the best color/hue/contrast setting for balancing the Viewsonic CRT monitor button controls and the NVIDIA color Panel adjustments for general crater marking (for my eyes and room lighting so would be no help to others to post that).
But for the 'cheating' part: I use a screen zoom level that fills a 23" screen with just the normal gray-tone moon image and marking controls. After marking all the potential craters found that way, I discovered that if I placed the cursor just past the edge of the image, held a left click and dragged the cursor back onto the image, the (somewhat) dull gray-tone changed to a much brighter blue-tone image. While this is just the 'highlighting' of the SELECT Mode, the resulting change of contrast sometimes allowed picking out additional faint features. It aided for finding the older 'weathered edges' crater locations. Then tap the mouse key to return to normal mode to mark the crater. Has anyone else used this or other easy image enhancement techniques?
So the 'cheating' question: Is it better for the project to maybe add some additional older faint craters to the totals or does this technique mess with your determination of finding the best illumination angles and image contrast for future image identification programs?
Would it be possible/useful to add software program controls for the user to change image overall color, or maybe a flip to a negative image? Just joined on 1 May. Thanks.