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High Dynamic Range Imaging : Acquisition, Display, and Image-Based Lighting

By: Reinhard, Erik.
Contributor(s): Heidrich, Wolfgang | Debevec, Paul | Pattanaik, Sumanta | Ward, Greg | Myszkowski, Karol.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Science, 2014Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (673 p.).ISBN: 9780080957111.Subject(s): Computer graphics | Electroluminescent display systems | High dynamic range imaging | Image processing | Photography --Digital techniques | Photography --Printing processesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: High Dynamic Range Imaging : Acquisition, Display, and Image-Based LightingDDC classification: 771 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Dedication Page ; Table of Contents; Preface to the Second Edition; Preface to the First Edition; Chapter 1. Introduction ; Chapter 2. Light and Color; 2.1 Radiometry
2.2 Photometry 2.3 Colorimetry ; 2.4 Color Spaces ; 2.5 White Point and Illuminants; 2.6 Spectral Sharpening ; 2.7 Color Opponent Spaces ; 2.7.1 CIELUV; 2.7.2 CIELAB; 2.7.3 IPT
2.8 Color Correction 2.9 Color Appearance ; 2.9.1 CIECAM02; 2.9.2 Refinements ; 2.10 Display Gamma ; 2.11 Brightness Encoding ; 2.12 Standard RGB Color Spaces
Chapter 3. High Dynamic Range Image Encodings 3.1 Low- versus High Dynamic Range Encodings; 3.2 Applications of HDR Images; 3.3 HDR Image Formats; 3.3.1 The HDR Format; 3.3.2 The TIFF Float and LogLuv Formats; 3.3.3 The OpenEXR Format; 3.3.4 Other Encodings ; 3.3.5 "Lossy" HDR Formats; 3.3.6 Microsoft's HD Photo Format; 3.4 HDR Encoding Comparison
3.5 Conclusions Chapter 4. High Dynamic Range Video Encodings ; 4.1 Custom HDR Video Coding; 4.1.1 Color Space for Lossy HDR Pixel Encoding; 4.1.2 MPEG-4 Extension to HDR Video; 4.1.3 An HDR Video Player; 4.2 Backwards-Compatible HDR Video Compression; 4.2.1 HDR MPEG-4 Visual; 4.2.2 Scalable Bit-depth Coding in the H.264/AVC Framework; Chapter 5. HDR Image Capture
5.1 Photography and Light Measurement
Summary: This landmark book is the first to describe HDRI technology in its entirety and covers a wide-range of topics, from capture devices to tone reproduction and image-based lighting. The techniques described enable you to produce images that have a dynamic range much closer to that found in the real world, leading to an unparalleled visual experience. As both an introduction to the field and an authoritative technical reference, it is essential to anyone working with images, whether in computer graphics, film, video, photography, or lighting design. <br><br><ul><li>New material includes chapters
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Front Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Dedication Page ; Table of Contents; Preface to the Second Edition; Preface to the First Edition; Chapter 1. Introduction ; Chapter 2. Light and Color; 2.1 Radiometry

2.2 Photometry 2.3 Colorimetry ; 2.4 Color Spaces ; 2.5 White Point and Illuminants; 2.6 Spectral Sharpening ; 2.7 Color Opponent Spaces ; 2.7.1 CIELUV; 2.7.2 CIELAB; 2.7.3 IPT

2.8 Color Correction 2.9 Color Appearance ; 2.9.1 CIECAM02; 2.9.2 Refinements ; 2.10 Display Gamma ; 2.11 Brightness Encoding ; 2.12 Standard RGB Color Spaces

Chapter 3. High Dynamic Range Image Encodings 3.1 Low- versus High Dynamic Range Encodings; 3.2 Applications of HDR Images; 3.3 HDR Image Formats; 3.3.1 The HDR Format; 3.3.2 The TIFF Float and LogLuv Formats; 3.3.3 The OpenEXR Format; 3.3.4 Other Encodings ; 3.3.5 "Lossy" HDR Formats; 3.3.6 Microsoft's HD Photo Format; 3.4 HDR Encoding Comparison

3.5 Conclusions Chapter 4. High Dynamic Range Video Encodings ; 4.1 Custom HDR Video Coding; 4.1.1 Color Space for Lossy HDR Pixel Encoding; 4.1.2 MPEG-4 Extension to HDR Video; 4.1.3 An HDR Video Player; 4.2 Backwards-Compatible HDR Video Compression; 4.2.1 HDR MPEG-4 Visual; 4.2.2 Scalable Bit-depth Coding in the H.264/AVC Framework; Chapter 5. HDR Image Capture

5.1 Photography and Light Measurement

This landmark book is the first to describe HDRI technology in its entirety and covers a wide-range of topics, from capture devices to tone reproduction and image-based lighting. The techniques described enable you to produce images that have a dynamic range much closer to that found in the real world, leading to an unparalleled visual experience. As both an introduction to the field and an authoritative technical reference, it is essential to anyone working with images, whether in computer graphics, film, video, photography, or lighting design. <br><br><ul><li>New material includes chapters

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