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TOG
2002
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Photographic tone reproduction for digital images
A classic photographic task is the mapping of the potentially high dynamic range of real world luminances to the low dynamic range of the photographic print. This tone reproductio...
Erik Reinhard, Michael M. Stark, Peter Shirley, Ja...
PICS
2003
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Continuous Tone Alternatives To Halftone Through Historical Reflection
Halftone printing has been developing in a linear manner since the inception of photography. The process of refinement has taken it from one level to another producing increasingl...
Andrew Atkinson
ICPR
2004
IEEE
12 years 2 months ago
Fast Tone Mapping for High Dynamic Range Images
We present a fast, effective and flexible tone reproduction method that preserves visibility and contrast impression of high dynamic range scenes in low dynamic range reproduction...
Jiang Duan, Guoping Qiu
JEI
2006
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Color appearance in high-dynamic-range imaging
When viewing images on a monitor, we are adapted to the lighting conditions of our viewing environment as well as the monitor itself, which can be very different from the lighting ...
Ahmet Oguz Akyüz, Erik Reinhard
GRAPHICSINTERFACE
2008
11 years 2 months ago
A GPU-friendly method for high dynamic range texture compression using inverse tone mapping
In recent years, High Dynamic Range Textures (HDRTs) have been frequently used in real-time applications and video-games to enhance realism. Unfortunately, HDRTs consume a conside...
Francesco Banterle, Kurt Debattista, Patrick Ledda...
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