The widespread occurrence of subtle trap accumulations offshore Brazil has led to the need for the development of a high resolution processing scheme that helps the delineation of these features. The process consists of three stages, the first of which is deterministic and stochastic deconvolution. The second stage is the deconvolution of the residual wavelet by means of spectral modeling. The last stage consists of the correction of the color of the reflectivity function using a model developed for the area. An important conclusion that is drawn from the model is that the acoustic impedance is not white. Rather it is as red as the corresponding reflectivity is blue. Successful results from the application of the proposed technique to real data indicate that the color compensation is of second order importance as compared with the first two stages of the proposed scheme.