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Analysis of Path Space for Layered Light Editing

Abstract : In computer generated images, and particularly those produced by the movie industry, lighting is a primary source of artistic expression which is used to set up atmospheres, guide action or convey emotions. The appearance of light is the result of a global propagation throughout the scene. Its editing typically relies on successive renders, making it tedious for artists. We propose an image space decomposition of the render as a superposition of custom editable layers.
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François Desrichard, David Vanderhaeghe. Analysis of Path Space for Layered Light Editing. Journées Françaises d’Informatique Graphique, Nov 2018, Poitiers, France. ⟨hal-01941014⟩

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