Naturalness and image quality: influence of chroma variation at various lightness levels

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    Abstract

    The relation between perceptual image quality and natural ness was investigated by varying the colorfulness of natural images at various lightness levels. A systematic difference was found between quality and naturalness judgments. This difference, reflecting the subjects’ preference for more colorful but, at the same time, somewhat unnatural images, was most noticable at the original lightness level and diminished with decreasing lightness, in particular at the lowest lightness level investigated.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationRecent progress in color science
    EditorsR. Eschbach, K. Braun
    Place of PublicationSpringfield
    PublisherIS&S
    Pages101-103
    ISBN (Print)0-89208-202-X
    Publication statusPublished - 1997

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