Automated Lens Flare Removal

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Lens flares can often make an otherwise perfect picture unusable.

This is especially true with smartphone cameras that show annoying lens artifacts when there is a bright source of light (in sunset shots for instance) because of their poor antireflective coating.

Here, we automatically detect those lens artifacts and restore the damaged area in order to recover a beautiful picture.

Flare Detection and Removal







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