High Dynamic Range Image Encodings

@inproceedings{Ward2005HighDR,
  title={High Dynamic Range Image Encodings},
  author={Greg Ward},
  year={2005}
}
We stand on the threshold of a new era in digital imaging, when image files will encode the color gamut and dynamic range of the original scene, rather than the limited subspace that can be conveniently displayed with 20 year-old monitor technology. In order to accomplish this goal, we need to agree upon a standard encoding for high dynamic range (HDR) image information. Paralleling conventional image formats, there are many HDR standards to choose from. 
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