High dynamic range (HDR) images attempt to capture the whole range of brightness levels in real-world scenes (called scene-referred). HDR images contain a high level of detail, close to the range of human vision and exceeding the display range of the typical computer monitor. The toolbox includes functions that enable you to read, create, and write HDR images, and to reduce the dynamic range for display using tone-mapping.
|Read high dynamic range (HDR) image|
|Write high dynamic range (HDR) image file|
|Create high dynamic range image|
|Render high dynamic range image for viewing|
|Convert HDR image to LDR using edge-preserving multiscale decompositions|
|Render HDR image for viewing while enhancing local contrast|
|Create well-exposed image from images with different exposures|
|Estimate camera response function|
Dynamic range refers to the range of brightness levels in an image. High dynamic range (HDR) images attempt to capture the whole tonal range of real-world scenes.
This example shows how to convert HDR data to a dynamic range that can be displayed correctly on a computer.