nedhorning 24 research notes and 24 wiki edits | Joined about 6 years ago

I live and work from a home office in central Vermont but I work for the American Museum of Natural History's Center for Biodiversity and Conservation in New York City. I've been working with remote sensing and GIS for over 25 years and have an interest in photo-monitoring and am a strong proponent of open source software and the citizen science approach to collecting data.

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"Jeff - I think a good way to get a handle on this is to apply a white balance before imaging. Again, assuming that the target you use for white bal..." | Read more » over 6 years ago
"Hi Chris, Thanks for your comments. For me the most dramatic impact of white balance was the realization that there is very little difference in i..." | Read more » over 6 years ago
"Hi Chris, I'm not sure what you mean exactly by "finding a more elegant way to produce a KML file from this sort of data" but I expect GIS softwar..." | Read more » almost 7 years ago
"For me the end piece of developed film is far superior. It's sharp and the coloring is consistent across the image whereas the other is blurry a bi..." | Read more » almost 7 years ago
"I thought the film I used was developed unexposed negative film but am not certain. I got the film from Jeff Warren so maybe he can clarify. There ..." | Read more » almost 7 years ago
"Actually the macro always worked with jpeg images. In ImageJ/Fiji. It has always been able to read any image format recognized by ImageJ/Fiji. Sorr..." | Read more » about 7 years ago
"I created a GitHub repo for the IamgeJ/FIJI macro. I think you can access it by going to: If that..." | Read more » about 7 years ago


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