Investigating two features of aesthetic perception in consumer photographic images: clutter and center

@inproceedings{Cerosaletti2011InvestigatingTF,
  title={Investigating two features of aesthetic perception in consumer photographic images: clutter and center},
  author={Cathleen Daniels Cerosaletti and Alexander C. Loui and Andrew C. Gallagher},
  booktitle={Human Vision and Electronic Imaging},
  year={2011}
}
A key aspect of image effectiveness is how well the image visually communicates the main subject. In consumer images, two important features that impact viewer appreciation of the main subject are the amount of clutter and the main subject placement within the image. Two subjective experiments were conducted to assess the relationship between aesthetic and technical quality and perception of clutter and image center. For each experiment, 30 participants evaluated the same 70 images, on 0 to 100… CONTINUE READING

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