He literally stated:
“Cassini takes color pictures by snapping three sequential photos through red, green and blue filters,” she said. “In the time that separated the three frames, Dione moved, so if I did a simple color composite I would be able to make Titan look right, but not Dione; or Dione look right, but not Titan.”
“So I aligned Dione, cut it out, and then aligned Titan,” Lakdwalla explained, “and then had to account for the missing bits of shadow where the bits of Dione had been in two of the three channels.”
In Planetary.org Lakdwalla exposes the points of digital treatment and an extended explanation of how to analyze the inverse effect of the layers of the image treatment.
Figure: The difference and decomposition of the original image can be clearly seen (Right). On the left, the makeup result after applying the layered treatment program. planetary.org
Additionally, we have selected another video in which various scientists examine in detail the original photos of the Apollo missions and detail phase by phase, the techniques for modifying photographs by layers of light, light and color filters, etc…
The application of compact blocks of absolute Black color is especially interesting in the sections where the hidden objects project luminescence in contrast to the horizon. It should be noted here that all this information agrees with the recent statements of several Apollo mission astronauts such as Edgar Mitchell and Armstrong himself, who are currently actively appearing in various media.
Little by little the weight of the evidence admits less and less photoshop