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Old 02-04-2013, 12:12 PM   #13
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Generally, tone mapping is used in conjunction with a High Dynamic Range (HDR) process. The HDR process normally requires multiple exposures of an image. However, this tutorial requires only one exposure of an image to emulate true tone mapping. In some circles, this process is also known as “16-32-16 Tone Mapping”.
I feel so left out not being in one of those circles.

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