For a scientific study, I have to classify pictures of crop canopy in two classes: vegetation / soil.
These picture are taken at several places, different times and date. The idea is to use the same range of "colorimetrics" to identy each pixels belonging to one class in each pictures. Basically, I want to define the color of the pixels that are soil and those that are vegetation.
Given the different configuration and exposition of the pictures, I would like to calibrate my pictures to get the same "green" in each of them.
I have read some articles on the color calibration using International Color Consortium (ICC) profiles, but they are very contradictory and I can figure out if I could use it for my purpose. Any suggestions ?