A method for evaluating texture quality as shot by a camera is presented. It is shown that usual sharpness measurements
are not completely satisfying for this task. A new target based on random geometry is proposed. It uses the so-called
dead leaves model. It contains objects of any size at any orientation and follows some common statistics with natural
images. Some experiments show that the correlation between objectives measurements derived from this target and
subjective measurements conducted in the Camera Phone Image Quality initiative are excellent.