Halation

Spreading of light around the highlight in an image.
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Halation

Is a diffused ring of light typically formed around small brilliant highlight areas in the subject. It is caused by light passing straight through the emulsion and being reflected back by the film base on the light sensitive layer. This records slightly out of register with the original image. The production of 'halos' round bright spots in an imag...
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Halation

Ha·la'tion (ha*lā'shŭn) noun (Photog.) An appearance as of a halo of light, surrounding the edges of dark objects in a photographic picture.
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halation

1. <optics> Blurring of the visual image by glare. ... 2. <photography> An appearance as of a halo of light, surround the edges of dark object in a photographic picture. ... (21 Jun 2000) ...
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halation

(hal-a´shәn) indistinctness of the visual image caused by strong illumination coming from the same direction as the object being viewed.
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Halation

• (n.) An appearance as of a halo of light, surrounding the edges of dark objects in a photographic picture.
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Halation

Is a diffused ring of light typically formed around small brilliant highlight areas in the subject. It is caused by light passing straight through the emulsion and being reflected back by the film base on the light sensitive layer. This records slightly out of register with the original image
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Halation

Halation is the effect that occurs when the bright areas of an image appear to softly bleed around the edges of dark areas. This is caused by light going through the emulsion layer, bouncing off the base of the film and exposing the adjacent emulsion. Some film is manufactured with a black anti-halation coating on the base side.
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halation

the presence of one or more illuminated annular areas surrounding the spot, caused by reflection, from the front and rear surfaces of the face-plate, of light originating from the spot
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halation

Type: Term Pronunciation: hă-lā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Blurring of the visual image by glare.
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Halation

Diffused ring of light typically formed around small brilliant highlight areas in the subject. It is
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halation

blurring in a photograph due to light reflection
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