Learning to Jointly Deblur, Demosaick and Denoise Raw Images

by   Thomas Eboli, et al.

We address the problem of non-blind deblurring and demosaicking of noisy raw images. We adapt an existing learning-based approach to RGB image deblurring to handle raw images by introducing a new interpretable module that jointly demosaicks and deblurs them. We train this model on RGB images converted into raw ones following a realistic invertible camera pipeline. We demonstrate the effectiveness of this model over two-stage approaches stacking demosaicking and deblurring modules on quantitive benchmarks. We also apply our approach to remove a camera's inherent blur (its color-dependent point-spread function) from real images, in essence deblurring sharp images.



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