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Lecture 21: Image Sensors (37)

To explain these photos a bit, for the normal 8-bit image, when sensor pixels saturate, they cap at a value of one. So when it's blurred, then it's less bright because we lost the actual information on how bright it actually was (especially relative to everything else in the filter)- it could have actually be 1000. HDR accounts for this by taking multiple exposures


Interesting paper that uses a CNN to recreate HDR effect using a single exposure:

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