Image Manipulation

Monday, 31 July
3:45 - 6 pm
Hall C
Session Chair: Alexei Efros, Carnegie Mellon University

Color Harmonization
A method that enhances the harmony among the colors of a given image, thus improving its "look-and-feel." Harmonization is especially useful for adjusting the colors of an image that is composed of several parts taken from different sources.

Daniel Cohen-Or
Olga Sorkine
Ran Gal
Tommer Leyvand
Tel Aviv University

Ying-Qing Xu
Microsoft Research Asia

Drag-and-Drop Pasting
Using this method, with a simple outlining of yourself in the source image followed by dragging-and-dropping, you will be seamlessly keyed into your desired scenes.

Jiaya Jia
Chinese University of Hong Kong

Jian Sun
Microsoft Research Asia

Chi-Keung Tang
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Heung-Yeung Shum
Microsoft Research Asia

Two-Scale Tone Management for Photographic Look
Combining nonlinear decomposition and frequency analysis to enhance photographs by controlling their tonal balance and texture level. Masterpieces are used as models to produce compelling renditions of casual shots.

Soonmin Bae
Sylvain Paris
Frédo Durand
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Interactive Local Adjustment of Tonal Values
A new interactive tool for the digital darkroom that uses a simple, intuitive stroke-based interface for local adjustment of tonal values and other visual parameters, in both ordinary and HDR images, as well as a novel tone-mapping operator that supports further adjustment and refinement.

Dani Lischinski
Zeev Farbman
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Matt Uyttendaele
Rick Szeliski
Microsoft Research

Image-Based Material Editing
Given only a single high-dynamic-range image as input, this method replaces materials of objects in the image with completely different materials.

Erum Arif Khan
University of Central Florida

Erik Reinhard
University of Bristol

Roland W. Fleming
Heinrich Bülthoff
Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik