In digital image capture, the camera signals produced by the D65 illuminant, once translated into tristimulus values of the CIE 1931 standard colorimetric observer (assuming the Maxwell-Ives-Luther criterion is satisfied), are considered good to produce accurate color rendering. An image obtained under any illuminant other than D65 does not appear realistic and the tristimulus values of the camera must be transformed into the corresponding ones produced by the D65 illuminant. This transformation must satisfy color constancy. In this work, the transformation is obtained by a color-vision model based on the Optical Society of America-Uniform Color Scales system [Color Res Appl 2005; 30: 31–41] and is represented by a matrix dependent on the adaptation illuminant. This matrix is obtained by minimizing the distance between the pairs of the uniform scale chromatic responses related to the tristimulus values of the 99 different color samples of the SG Gretag-Macbeth Color- Checker measured under a pair of different illuminants, one of which is the D65. Then any picture captured under a given light source can be translated into the picture of the same scene under the D65 illuminant. Metameric reason allows only approximate solutions. The transformations from Daylight and Planckian illuminants to the D65 illuminant have a very regular dependence on the color temperature, that appears to be the typical parameter for the color conversion.

Digital Image-Color Conversion between Different Illuminants by Color-Constancy Actuation in a Color-Vision Model based on the OSA-UCS System / Oleari, Claudio; Fermi, Fernando; A., Učakar. - In: COLOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATION. - ISSN 0361-2317. - 38:6(2013), pp. 412-422. [10.1002/col.21745]

Digital Image-Color Conversion between Different Illuminants by Color-Constancy Actuation in a Color-Vision Model based on the OSA-UCS System.

OLEARI, Claudio;FERMI, Fernando;
2013

Abstract

In digital image capture, the camera signals produced by the D65 illuminant, once translated into tristimulus values of the CIE 1931 standard colorimetric observer (assuming the Maxwell-Ives-Luther criterion is satisfied), are considered good to produce accurate color rendering. An image obtained under any illuminant other than D65 does not appear realistic and the tristimulus values of the camera must be transformed into the corresponding ones produced by the D65 illuminant. This transformation must satisfy color constancy. In this work, the transformation is obtained by a color-vision model based on the Optical Society of America-Uniform Color Scales system [Color Res Appl 2005; 30: 31–41] and is represented by a matrix dependent on the adaptation illuminant. This matrix is obtained by minimizing the distance between the pairs of the uniform scale chromatic responses related to the tristimulus values of the 99 different color samples of the SG Gretag-Macbeth Color- Checker measured under a pair of different illuminants, one of which is the D65. Then any picture captured under a given light source can be translated into the picture of the same scene under the D65 illuminant. Metameric reason allows only approximate solutions. The transformations from Daylight and Planckian illuminants to the D65 illuminant have a very regular dependence on the color temperature, that appears to be the typical parameter for the color conversion.
Digital Image-Color Conversion between Different Illuminants by Color-Constancy Actuation in a Color-Vision Model based on the OSA-UCS System / Oleari, Claudio; Fermi, Fernando; A., Učakar. - In: COLOR RESEARCH AND APPLICATION. - ISSN 0361-2317. - 38:6(2013), pp. 412-422. [10.1002/col.21745]
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