Photographic Tone Reproduction for Digital Images. Brandon Lloyd COMP238 October 2002. The range of light in the real world spans 10 orders of magnitude! A single scene’s luminance values may have as much as 4 orders of magnitude difference
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A single scene’s luminance values may have as much as 4 orders of magnitude difference
A typical CRT can only display 2 orders of magnitude
Tone-mapping is the process of producing a good image of HDR dataProblems with High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Details recovered by using dodging-and-burning