New art for my life

1.HDR-ART (utilizing HDR-ART Craft and Virtual Painter) locally controls the contrast and the level of color saturation of the analyzed subject to achieve the kind of effects that used to be possible only using dedicated software – with one press of the shutter button.

2. Virtual Painter is a bundle of filters, similar to some of those found in Photoshop. Casio’s art conversion algorithms transform photos into Digital Photo Art (there are 12 conversion optionsto choose from): 

oil painting, thick oil painting, Gothic oil painting, Fauvist oil painting, watercolor painting, Gouache painting, pastel painting, color pencil sketch, pointillism, silkscreen, drawing and air brush

3. Imaging Square (, an online service that will enable users to transform their prized photos into compelling pieces of art. 

Imaging square is a personal canvas, art gallery, and creative community

4. local tone mapping – wiki

 is a technique used in image processing and computer graphics to map one set of colors to another in order to approximate the appearance of high dynamic range images in a medium that has a more limited dynamic range

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