grayscale

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gray·scale

 (grā′skāl′)
n.
1. A series of shades ranging from pure white to pure black, used in displaying monochromatic images.
2. An image displayed using such a series of shades.

grayscale

(ˈɡreɪˌskeɪl)
adj
(Computer Science) same as greyscale
Translations

grayscale

n (US) (Comput) → Graustufen pl
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The monochromatic image makes it seem as if the pterodactyl is truly flying over Dubai skies.
To convert the photo to a blue monochromatic image, choose Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation, then choose Cyanotype from the Preset dropdown menu.
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Some photographers prefer the black and white option for winter landscapes from the outset because they prefer the graphic simplicity and overall aesthetic strengths of the monochromatic image.
The saddest thing is that this monochromatic image of the Great War as noble and glorious enterprise was soon replaced by an equally unsatisfying image of futile hardship.
They took their first, monochromatic image of V838 Mon on April 30th, followed later by the four full-color images here.
In fact, a monochromatic image has only the intensity values of the total image.
Over the monochromatic image of a girl, Quabeck has added a rainbow as an echo of the colorful energy of the collaborative works.
At the Moon's low altitude the narrow range of tones presented the daunting task of deciphering values within an almost monochromatic image.
Microvision's unique head-up projection system creates a very high brightness monochromatic image that is designed to appear only when the driver looks in a particular location.