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#ActualCryZe

Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:22 AM

Why is the Reinhard Tone Mapping operator considered "non-filmic" anyway? I plotted it and discovered that it had a s-curve as well, so I modified it a bit and got pretty much the same results as the Uncharted 2 Filmic Tone Mapping operator. I even think that my modified Reinhard operator is actually pretty good, since it's fast, filmic and is easily configurable.



is the white point of the curve. Here's a plot of it ():

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#6CryZe

Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:18 AM

Why is the Reinhard Tone Mapping operator considered "non-filmic" anyway? I plotted it and discovered that it had a s-curve as well, so I modified it a bit and got pretty much the same results as the Uncharted 2 Filmic Tone Mapping operator. I even think that my modified Reinhard operator is actually pretty good, since it's fast, filmic and is easily configurable.



is the white point of the curve. Here's a plot of it ():

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#5CryZe

Posted 18 September 2012 - 03:17 AM

Why is the Reinhard Tone Mapping operator considered "non-filmic" anyway? I plotted it and discovered that it had a s-curve as well, so I modified it a bit and got pretty much the same results as the Uncharted 2 Filmic Tone Mapping operator. I even think that my modified Reinhard operator is actually pretty good, since it's fast, filmic and is easily configurable.



is the white point of the curve. Here's a plot of it ():

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#4CryZe

Posted 18 September 2012 - 02:47 AM

Why is the Reinhard Tone Mapping operator considered "non-filmic" anyway? I plotted it and discovered that it had a s-curve as well, so I modified it a bit and got pretty much the same results as the Uncharted 2 Filmic Tone Mapping operator. I even think that my modified Reinhard operator is actually pretty good, since it's fast, filmic and is easily configurable.



is the white point of the curve. Here's a plot of it ():

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#3CryZe

Posted 18 September 2012 - 02:46 AM

Why is the Reinhard Tone Mapping operator considered "non-filmic" anyway? I plotted it and discovered that it had a s-curve as well, so I modified it a bit and got pretty much the same results as the Uncharted 2 Filmic Tone Mapping operator. I even think that my modified Reinhard operator is actually pretty good, since it's fast, filmic and is easily configurable.



is the white point of the curve. Here's a plot of it ():

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#2CryZe

Posted 18 September 2012 - 02:42 AM

Why is the Reinhard Tone Mapping operator considered "non-filmic" anyway? I plotted it and discovered that it had a s-curve as well, so I modified it a bit and got pretty much the same results as the Uncharted 2 Filmic Tone Mapping operator. I even think that my modified Reinhard operator is actually pretty good, since it's fast, filmic and is easily configurable.



a is the white point of the curve. Here's a plot of it ():

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