Object-to-object color transfer: Optimal flows and SMSP transformations

@article{Freedman2010ObjecttoobjectCT,
  title={Object-to-object color transfer: Optimal flows and SMSP transformations},
  author={Daniel Freedman and Pavel Kisilev},
  journal={2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition},
  year={2010},
  pages={287-294}
}
Given a source object and a target object, we consider the problem of transferring the “color scheme” of the source to the target, while at the same time maintaining the target's original look and feel. This is a challenging problem due to the fact that the source and target may each consist of multiple colors, each of which comes in multiple shades. We propose a two stage solution to this problem. (1) A discrete color flow is computed from the target histogram to the source histogram; this… CONTINUE READING

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