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Automatic Removal of Chromatic Aberration from a Single Image

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Automatic Removal of Chromatic Aberration from a Single Image
Many high resolution images exhibit chromatic aberration (CA), where the color channels appear shifted. Unfortunately, merely compensating for these shifts is sometimes inadequate, because the intensities are modified by other effects such as spatially-varying defocus and (surprisingly) in-camera sharpening. In this paper, we start from the basic principles of image formation to characterize CA, and show how its effects can be substantially reduced. We also show results of CA correction on a number of high-resolution images taken with different cameras.
Sing Bing Kang
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CVPR
Authors Sing Bing Kang
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