Photoshop Tutorial

I've developed a technique of utilizing Adobe Photoshop to create a micro-GIS system that allows one to stack images of a thin section or sample, such that a single feature can be cross-correlated between a variety of imaging conditions (e.g., optical light, elemental x-rays, backscattered electrons). In addition, it is possible to annotate these maps with regions of interest, analysis locations, and the locations of smaller inset images.

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Animated gif of multiple stacked images of a single sample: Apollo 68815,148.

Above: Animated GIF example of my Photoshop image stacking technique.