What is the fastest/easiest way to color images of SEM? – ResearchGate

Francois, that looks like a very interesting product. I see they have a trial version. Have you experience with using this package? Hi, It would be nice if one can use BSE back-scattered electron images instead of SE images because BSE images are very sensitive to the atomic no of the different element present in the test material. its easy to make the colorful image out of that, for this first you have to convert the original image into gray scale and then by using any imaging software you are able to assign the different color for the different phases. I am using ITEM software to get the colorful image. I am using photoshop also but the reason is I am using this program for different purposes and I know it. You are using an outdated version of Opera which is not supported by ResearchGate anymore. For a faster, safer browsing experience, I've been coloring floral parts in SEM images using vectors and lenses in corel draw, but it is very time consuming. Does anyone could share a faster way to do it? Thanks in advance ,) Francois, that looks like a very interesting product. I see they have a trial version. Have you experience with using this package? Hi, It would be nice if one can use BSE back-scattered electron images instead of SE images because BSE images are very sensitive to the atomic no of the different element present in the test material. its easy to make the colorful image out of that, for this first you have to convert the original image into gray scale and then by using any imaging software you are able to assign the different color for the different phases. I am using ITEM software to get the colorful image. is the answers are related to the false coloring of sem images? it is very complicated procedure using photoshop. Is there any other easy method to do false coloring? I use Photoshop, select and colourise. For large areas use quick mask mode. I think that there is no 'fast' route, it needs to be done carefully. Have a look at some of my efforts on my LinkedIn profile page There are several open source softwares like 'Fiji' which is an extension of 'ImageJ'. Fiji contains inbuilt features suited for processing and analysing data from several branches of science. Please follow the link below: Source.


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