Deep Reflection Prior

12/08/2019 ∙ by Qingnan Fan, et al. ∙ 17

Reflections are very common phenomena in our daily photography, which distract people's attention from the scene behind the glass. The problem of removing reflection artifacts is important but challenging due to its ill-posed nature. Recent learning-based approaches have demonstrated a significant improvement in removing reflections. However, these methods are limited as they require a large number of synthetic reflection/clean image pairs for supervision, at the risk of overfitting in the synthetic image domain. In this paper, we propose a learning-based approach that captures the reflection statistical prior for single image reflection removal. Our algorithm is driven by optimizing the target with joint constraints enhanced between multiple input images during the training stage, but is able to eliminate reflections only from a single input for evaluation. Our framework allows to predict both background and reflection via a one-branch deep neural network, which is implemented by the controllable latent code that indicates either the background or reflection output. We demonstrate superior performance over the state-of-the-art methods on a large range of real-world images. We further provide insightful analysis behind the learned latent code, which may inspire more future work.



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