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Freehand HDR photography with motion compensation

  title={Freehand HDR photography with motion compensation},
  author={Nicolas Menzel and M. Guthe},
  • Nicolas Menzel, M. Guthe
  • Published in VMV 2007
  • Computer Science
  • In theory HDR photography generated from exposure sequences is limited to pictures of still scenes preferably taken with the camera mounted on a tripod. Current state-of-the-art HDR imaging software relaxes this limitation by aligning the pictures with afne transformations. However, two pictures cannot be aligned with a single afne transformation if objects in the scene move or the position of the camera changes which causes parallax effects in the image. In this paper, a method for the non… CONTINUE READING
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