True color images too dark

  • 26 April 2024
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Is there some custom layer to get brighter true color images?


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Try stretch:

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A bit more lengthy description on how to fine-tune colors:

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Color Correction with JavaScript

Poor Man’s Atmospheric Adjustment for a Pretty Glacier Picture

Reading time: 10 min read

Is there a script example for setting gain, gamma and RGB? Couldn’t find.

Found it!
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sentinel-hub/custom-scripts/master/sentinel-2/natural_color/script.js

Thanks.

Hey everyone,

First off, big thanks to the author for bringing up this issue. Dealing with dark true color images can be frustrating, and I totally get where you’re coming from, ofgnxx…

I checked out the link you shared and found the script you mentioned. It’s awesome that you found the solution! I’m currently working on a project for Andersen and got this error. Gosh, I thought everything was gone, but I found your advice and it works.

Setting gain, gamma, and RGB can indeed make a huge difference in brightening up your true color images. I had a similar problem a while back and stumbled upon this script – what a game changer!

It’s a simple tweak, but it does wonders.

THANK YOU!

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