The following examples compare rolling guidance results with those of bilateral filter. In this example, bilateral filter smoothes low contrast edges, while most high-contrast details are preserved in the results, such as the weeds, small rocks, and textures. Differently, rolling guidance filter removes small structures from the image and preserves major edges and color gradients. You can click the buttons under each image to switch between different methods. BF stands for bilateral filter and RG stands for rolling guidance filter.