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Selective Reverse Tone Mapping Belen Masia

@inproceedings{Fleming2010SelectiveRT,
  title={Selective Reverse Tone Mapping Belen Masia},
  author={Roland W. Fleming and Olga Sorkine and Diego Gutierrez},
  year={2010}
}
High dynamic range (HDR) displays are becoming more common, which has given rise to a number of reverse tone mapping techniques. The goal of these techniques is to expand the dynamic range of all the existing low dynamic range content to t that of these displays. Most of the reverse tone mapping operators, however, fail to o er a good solution in cases where the input images contain large saturated areas. In this paper we present an interactive higher-level approach to reverse tone mapping… Expand

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