Those of you who have been following this series of posts using the magnificent Shroud Scope will probably have noticed that I have played around a little with brightness and contrast. My favourite multipurpose setting in MS Office Picture Manager is the one I call (-7,100,15). The figures represent brightness/contrast / mid-range values respectively, and were originally chosen to get best differentiation between body image and those (dubious) blood stains.
I got to wondering a few minutes ago how the entire body image would look using those same optimised settings. Here’s the result. Click to enlarge.
Can these Shroud Scope pictures, using the Durante 2002 option, be bettered? I doubt it, but if anyone thinks otherwise they are invited to post their pictures here, assuming they are allowed to do so.
I shall now put the above picture into Image J, light/dark reverse and see how it responds to 3D as well.