Fogging

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Fog
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fogging

(fog┬┤ing) in ophthalmology, a method of determining refractive error in astigmatism, the patient being first made artificially myopic by means of plus spheres, in order to relax all accommodation before using cylinders.
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Fogging

[censorship] Fogging is a type of visual censorship. An area for a picture or movie is blurred to obscure it from sight. This form of censorship is used for sexually related images/scenes, hiding genitals, pubic hair, or sexual penetration of any sort. Pixelization is a form of fogging. In Japan, where it is called bokashi, fogging is emplo...
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Fogging

[photography] Fogging in photography is the deterioration in the quality of the image caused either by extraneous light or the effects of a processing chemical. ==Taxonomy of fogging== One kind of fog is produced from a silver halide crystal having a fog centre created by various reactions. One obvious case is when the emulsion is inadverte...
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fogging

A method of refraction in which accommodation is relaxed by overcorrection with a convex spherical lens. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Fogging

Applying a pesticide by rapidly heating the liquid chemical so that it forms very fine droplets that resemble smoke or fog. Used to destroy mosquitoes, black flies, and similar pests.
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Fogging

Darkening or discoloring of a negative or print or lightening or discoloring of a slide caused by exposure to nonimage-forming light to which the photographic material is sensitive, too much handling in air during development, over-development, outdated film or paper, or storage of film or paper in a hot, humid place.
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Fogging

Density produced on a negative, print or trannie by chemical processing or accidental exposure to light, caused by
1. exposure to non image-forming light (possibly: opening the camera back in daylight),
2. too much handling in air during the development process,
3. over-developed,
4. outdated film or paper, or
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fogging

Type: Term Pronunciation: fog′ing Definitions: 1. A method of refraction in which accommodation is relaxed by overcorrection with a convex spherical lens.
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