View Full Version : 17 Tone Mapping Operators for HDR

05 May 2006, 06:43 PM
Hi Everyone

I thought i would post a preview of what different Tone Mapping Operators can accomplish. This also illustrates Artizen HDR, new Fattal operator, which is free to registered users.

To see all and larger versions of this you can goto;

05 May 2006, 10:04 PM
Very cool. Thanks for posting!

05 May 2006, 10:17 AM
wonderfull, thanks a lot!:thumbsup:

though one problem, are the tonemapping plugins only available for the registered users? cause the links seem to be down :shrug:

keep on, artizen gets better and better day by day :)

05 May 2006, 06:49 PM
Not all Tone Mapping operators, only the new and more advance operators are. The operators below are available to all users.

-Lock Linear
-Dynamic Max CL
-Dynamic Max L
-Mean Value

These Operators are Free for Registered User

-Tumblin Rushmeier TM
-Lock05 CI
-FPSG Synthesis TM
-Photoreceptor TM
-Stockham Logarithmic TM
-Stockham CI Logarithmic TM

We have also just made available updated versions of Photoreceptor and Lock05

Photoreceptor - No longer produces extreme color balance shifts like an all red or green image.

Lock05 - Performance has been boosted by 300%.

P.S thank you for all the support! You can expect a lot more from Artizen over the next little while. Such as a new Powerful Tone Mapping Operator, only know presently as "Universal". An update to the Interface for faster workflow and new HDR image creation method.

05 May 2006, 07:06 PM
great work! :thumbsup: i like artizen, i'm just waiting the exr support, but right now the tonemapping plugins are really wonderful :thumbsup:

like yashu said, the download links for all the plugins (free and not) are broken

05 May 2006, 07:52 PM
The plugins are part of the packages, so users don't have to download anything expect the new Fattal operator and any updates to operator. This is obviously not clearly stated on our web site so we will make sure to update our site, thank you.

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