A digital painter uses reference photography to add realism to a scene. This involves making n colors in a painting relate to each other more like n corresponding colors in a photograph, in terms of value and temperature. Doing this manually requires either experience or tedious experimentation. Color relationship transfer performs the task automatically, recoloring n regions of a painting so they relate in value and temperature more like n corresponding regions of a photograph. Relationship transfer also has applications in computational photography. In fact, it introduces a new paradigm for image editing in general, based on treating an image's fundamental relationships.
College and Department
Physical and Mathematical Sciences; Computer Science
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Philbrick, Gregory Eric, "Color Relationship Transfer for Digital Painting" (2015). Theses and Dissertations. 5552.
image processing, digital painting, color temperature, block-in, illustration, art, graphics, composition, segmentation, underpainting