Two-scale Tone Management for Photographic Look

December 7, 2006 | General | By: Mark VandeWettering

I found out about the SIGGRAPH site while trying to jog my memory about a paper I remembered reading, but couldn’t remember the title. It’s from the 2006 conference though, so it doesn’t have the presentation online yet, but I did finally remember which paper it was, and thought I’d use my blog to keep a link to it.

Two-scale Tone Management for Photographic Look

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Comment from metamerist
Time 12/8/2006 at 6:11 am

Thanks. I’d forgotten about this paper, and it’s an area of interest.

Couple of recommendations in light of recent posts…

If you don’t read David Eppstein’s blog (Google: “0xDE”), he recently did a post on Egyptian fractions.

Editor’s note: Thanks, I’ve read papers by Eppstein before, but I didn’t realize he had a blog. Seems very interesting. I’ve added it to my blogroll and recommend it to people who have found similar mathematical interests.

Recently purchased Programming in Lua. The language is nice and compact. The book is well written, and the first edition is online. First class functions, the metatable approach is interesting, support for coroutines, very flexible, etc. Worthy of perusal.