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Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

In our first webinar on this topic, we learned that images taken with a light microscope are never quite a perfect representation of our samples. There are always sources of error, and as we can only minimize such errors, not eliminate them, the raw data of an imaging experiment will often need some digital image processing before final image analysis.

In our second webinar on this topic, we’ll introduce and demonstrate advanced digital image processing techniques such as deconvolution, provide an overview of image analysis, and offer some useful tips and tricks.

Presenter:

Heiko Gäthje
Senior Trainer, Training Academy

FAQ

Webinar FAQs | Digital image processing part 2

Are high pass and low pass always performed on a transformed image?

Yes—there will always be a Fourier transformation in the background because you can only distinguish between high and low frequencies when you are in the frequency domain.

Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

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Ask the Experts: Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

In our first webinar on this topic, we learned that images taken with a light microscope are never quite a perfect representation of our samples. There are always sources of error, and as we can only minimize such errors, not eliminate them, the raw data of an imaging experiment will often need some digital image processing before final image analysis.

In our second webinar on this topic, we’ll introduce and demonstrate advanced digital image processing techniques such as deconvolution, provide an overview of image analysis, and offer some useful tips and tricks.

FAQ

Webinar FAQs | Digital image processing part 2

Are high pass and low pass always performed on a transformed image?

Yes—there will always be a Fourier transformation in the background because you can only distinguish between high and low frequencies when you are in the frequency domain.

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Heiko Gäthje
Senior Trainer, Training Academy

Hello, my name is Heiko Gäthje. My expertise in widefield and confocal fluorescence microscopy and image processing of 3D data began when working as a biologist – I focused on neuronal development of insects and the structure of sialic acid binding neuronal proteins in mammals.

I joined Olympus in 2004 and I have been a microscopy trainer at the Olympus Academy since 2008, where I am responsible for the conception and introduction of digital learning tools. I also support and conduct microscopy training courses at the EMBL Heidelberg and the Zurich Winter School on Advanced Microscopy where I answer a lot of questions related to image processing and image analysis.

Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing FilterSep 22 2021
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