Cropped Sample (3.65 MB RGB floating point TIFF, 637 x 502 pixels)
This is an HDR TIFF post processed to RGB pixels with 32-bit floating point channels. It has been cropped from the view of a single facet of the HDReye model 1. A Macbeth mini color checker is visible behind the compact fluorescent bulb, and the Altoids tin is sitting on an 18% grey card. The other objects provide a range of typical colors, including some patches of northern sky visible between leaves of the tree outside the window.
Full Sample (75 MB RGB floating point TIFF, 1024 x 6144 pixels)
This is an HDR TIFF post processed to RGB pixels with 32-bit floating point channels taken with the HDReye model 1 on a street corner. Note that objects in the field of view that moved during the exposure do cause patches of strange color values. These can be avoided in general by preventing unnecessary movement. A Macbeth color checker is visible on the sidewalk near the tripod feet. The grey squares were used as a reference grey to white balance the whole image. The raw image (24 MB floating point TIFF, 1024 x 6144 pixels) as produced by the camera is also available. This is a monochrome image including the Bayer CFA pattern.
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