blooming

  1. the organic process of bearing flowers
  2. produce or yield flowers

Blooming

The formation of a thin film on top of a glossy paint film thereby reducing the gloss and dulling the colour.

Blooming

The defocusing of regions of a picture where brightness is excessive.
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blooming

[adj] - having the pinkish flush of health 2. [adj] - in bloom 3. [n] - the organic process of bearing flowers
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Blooming

When the colour of a dried paint film looks hazy. Blooming is caused by moisture trapped in paint film and is often caused by ambient conditions. Blooming is commonly seen with decorative paints, where the surface the paint has been applied to is not fully dry, or where exterior paint has been applied in damp conditions.
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Blooming

(Digital cameras and photo printers) The opposite of noise; an image error that has been more or less eradicated in the newer digital cameras. It describes the “overflow� of electrical charges between the individual sensors on a CCD element.
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Blooming

Each pixel (photosite) on a digital camera sensor (CCD/CMOS) has a limit as to how much charge it can store. Blooming (or Streaking) is the name given to an overflow of charge from an over saturated pixel (photosite) to the next on the sensor. This problem is addressed with the addition of 'anti-blooming gates' which can be thought of as vertical d...
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Blooming

Bloom'ing noun (Metal.) The process of making blooms from the ore or from cast iron.
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Blooming

Bloom'ing adjective 1. Opening in blossoms; flowering. 2. Thriving in health, beauty, and vigor; indicating the freshness and beauties of youth or health.
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blooming

bloom noun the organic process of bearing flowers; `you will stop all bloom if you let the flowers go to seed`
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blooming

(blldbomacm´ing) in radiology, a change in size of the focal spot, usually an increase.
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Blooming

• (a.) Opening in blossoms; flowering. • (a.) Thriving in health, beauty, and vigor; indicating the freshness and beauties of youth or health. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bloom • (n.) The process of making blooms from the ore or from cast iron.
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blooming

(from the article `meat processing`) ...atom of the myoglobin molecule (in this state the molecule is called deoxymyoglobin). Within 30 minutes after exposure to the air, beef slowly ...
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blooming

area of ultrawhite overload much larger than the original image, resulting from the saturation of a part of the target of the camera tube, image sensor or television screen
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blooming

phenomenon which occurs when a pixel of the solid-state imaging device is so illuminated that the number of generated electrons is greater than can be stored NOTE - This excess of electrons can spread into neighbouring cells. As a result the highlight areas of the scene appear increased in size on the television screen.
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Blooming

An effect caused by overexposing a CCD or sensor to too much light. This can cause distortions of the subject and/or colour.
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