Obtaining High Quality Photographs of Paintings by Image Fusion
Antoni Buades, Gloria Haro, Enric Meinhardt-Llopis
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    title   = {{Obtaining High Quality Photographs of Paintings by Image Fusion}},
    author  = {Buades, Antoni and Haro, Gloria and Meinhardt-Llopis, Enric},
    journal = {{Image Processing On Line}},
    volume  = {5},
    pages   = {159--175},
    year    = {2015},
    doi     = {10.5201/ipol.2015.49},
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    note    = {\url{https://doi.org/10.5201/ipol.2015.49}}
Antoni Buades, Gloria Haro, and Enric Meinhardt-Llopis, Obtaining High Quality Photographs of Paintings by Image Fusion, Image Processing On Line, 5 (2015), pp. 159–175. https://doi.org/10.5201/ipol.2015.49

Communicated by Jean-Michel Morel, Julie Delon
Demo edited by Enric Meinhardt-Llopis

This IPOL article is related to a companion publication in the SIAM Journal on Imaging Sciences:
G. Haro, A. Buades, and J.M. Morel. "Photographing paintings by image fusion" SIAM Journal on Imaging Sciences 5(3):1055–1087, 2012. http://dx.doi.org/10.1137/120873923


You walk through a museum taking photographs of some paintings with your commodity camera. You load all these images into the computer. The computer builds a high-quality image of each one of the paintings. This article describes what the computer does. More precisely, we explain a method to produce a single, high-resolution, clean and well-lit image, out of many low-resolution noisy images taken in bad lighting conditions.