Click on an
image to see a similar image enlarged.
First, select your stamp from your hard drive
Use the system to take initial measurements and to identify the location of the stamp's frame, perforations and
the body of the stamp. Three colored lines are used.
Use this screen to examine a stamp's true colors and produce distribution curves.
You can use this screen to make changes to the stamp such as reducing noise or sharpening the image.
You can also add arrows to highlight key features.
The split screen enables you to extract individual stamps from covers or multiple stamp images.
These can be saved to create new separate stamp images.
Magnify does just that, allowing to look in very high detail at an image.
The objective here is to compare two similar stamps and see how they are different.
Overlaying one stamp on another by transparency lets you see where the differences are.
Filters let you look at the stamp while changing the color within fixed parameters.
Colors can also be extracted onto a blank page to see how an image was created.
The images screen finds different identifyable parts of a stamp and shows them in a table.
A database is built up of characters and symbols and will in future be used to identify a stamp.
Perforations can be identified around a stamp and measurements made.