This tulip photograph, taken with a low-end camera,
exhibits a grayish look.
We first manipulate its large-scale component
to increase overall contrast.
Note that this manipulation only alters the tonal balance
while the amount of texture remains the same.
We can independently control the amount of detail.
This manipulation preserves the tonal balance
that we just created.
We can also provide a model image such as this masterpiece
by Ansel Adams, and the system automatically
transfers its multi-scale characteristics.
In comparison, a simple pixel histogram matching
does not achieve the appropriate texture level.
The user can still control the parameters
to finely tune the rendition.
Finally, the user can browse previous working sessions
and predefined settings to quickly explore various styles.
To better appreciate our results,
we encourage you to consult the prints in the accompanying