Noise-optimal capture for high dynamic range photography

@article{Hasinoff2010NoiseoptimalCF,
  title={Noise-optimal capture for high dynamic range photography},
  author={Samuel W. Hasinoff and Fr{\'e}do Durand and William T. Freeman},
  journal={2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition},
  year={2010},
  pages={553-560}
}
Taking multiple exposures is a well-established approach both for capturing high dynamic range (HDR) scenes and for noise reduction. But what is the optimal set of photos to capture? The typical approach to HDR capture uses a set of photos with geometrically-spaced exposure times, at a fixed ISO setting (typically ISO 100 or 200). By contrast, we show that the capture sequence with optimal worst-case performance, in general, uses much higher and variable ISO settings, and spends longer… CONTINUE READING
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