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The study of Right Portrait Exposure Setting in Digital Cameras;Focusing on the Cognitive Preference in Representation of Skin Tones

인물 촬영을 위한 디지털 카메라의 적정 노출 설정 연구;피부톤 재현 선호도를 중심으로

  • 노연숙 (중앙대학교 첨단영상대학원 영상예술학과) ;
  • 하동환 (중앙대학교 첨단영상대학원 영상학과)
  • Published : 2008.08.28

Abstract

Nowadays, people get images from various media like TV, magazines, newspaper, internet. Such images directly influence people's thoughts and lives, either consciously or unconsciously. In the past, reproduction devices have been mainly used in reproducing an original scene accurately. Lately, the cognitive preference became a key value in the scene reproduction, and it was affected by the surrounding media. Recently, the most commonly used device in reproducing an original scene is the camera. The core of an image is the light, in other words, the exposure. Most digital cameras are set to adjust exposure automatically in order to reproduce a scene physically as identical as possible. However, physically right exposure does not always give images that people prefers. Numbers of tests were done to find the exposure value that makes an image cognitively more preferred. Skin tones which are highly sensitive to color and changes in density has been used in the tests. A male and a female model have been used to classify changes in cognitive preference due to gender differences.

Keywords

Digital Camera;Exposure;Skin Tone;Cognitive;Psychophysics

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