European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) 2012

Exposure Stacks of Live Scene With Hand-held Cameras


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For the stacks below, we show the original pictures, the aligned pictures as output by our algorithm, and the result of Exposure Fusion by Mertens et al[1]. We compare our method with state-of-the-art approaches[2,3,4,5].


Our Results


Garden
Straw
Water
Pond
Ocean

Failure Case


Failure Case

Comparisons


Zimmer et al.
Zhang and Cham
Kang et al.
Gallo et al.


References

[1] Mertens,T., Kautz,J., Reeth,F.V : Exposure fusion: A simple and practical alternative to high dynamic range photography. In: CGF. 2008, pp. 161-171.
[2] Zimmer,H., Bruhn,A. Weickert,J. : Freehand HDR imaging of moving scenes with simultaneous resolution enheancement. In: Proc. CGF(Proc of Eurographics). Number2, 2011. pp 405-414
[3] Zhang,W., Cham,W.K. : Gradient-directed composition of multi-exposure images. In Proc. IEEE CVPR, 2010, pp. 530-536.
[4] Kang,S.B., Uyttendaele,M., Winder,S., Szeliski,R.: High dynamic range video. In: ACM ToG(Proceedings of SIGGRAPH). 2003. pp. 319-325.
[5] Gallo,O., Gelfand,N., Chen,W., Tico,M., Pulli,K.: Artifact-free high dynamic range imaging. In: Proc.of IEEE ICIP. 2009. pp. 1-7.