Exposure Fusion

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Manual exposure fusion
Automatic exposure fusion

In image processing, computer graphics, and photography, exposure fusion is a technique for blending multiple exposures of the same scene into a single image. As in high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR), the goal is to capture a scene with a higher dynamic range than the camera is capable of capturing with a single exposure. However, because no HDR image is ever created during exposure fusion, it cannot be considered an HDR technique.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. ^ Mertens, Tom; Kautz, Jan; Van Reeth, Frank (2007), "Exposure Fusion", Pacific Graphics, retrieved 2011-01-21 
  2. ^ Evans, Mark (2009), Exposure Fusion: What is it? How does it Compare to HDR? How Do I Do It?, retrieved 2011-01-21 
  3. ^ McNeal, Kevin (2010), Exposure Fusion – Best Way To Blend Images, retrieved 2011-01-21 
  4. ^ Enfuse, retrieved 2011-01-21 

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