half-tone


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half-tone

[ˈhɑːftəʊn]
A. ADJ half-tone illustrationfotograbado m a media tinta
B. N
1. (Art) → fotograbado m a media tinta
2. (US) (Mus) → semitono m
References in classic literature ?
The gray half-tones of daybreak are not the gray half-tones of the day's close, though the degree of their shade may be the same.
For example, notes and rests supplied from concordant sources are enclosed within square brackets, while those supplied by the editor himself are displayed in half-tone.
a controller desk with a radio channel generation unit, a system for converting video signals into half-tone images (including a video data mapping control system), and a system of control bodies (for example, joysticks);
A little longer than most of its companion volumes, and with the standard number of half-tone illustrations, it treats Resnais's films chronologically in eight chapters, from the early documentaries to the late, lighter On connait la chanson and Pas sur la bouche, with entire chapters devoted to Hiroshima mon amour, L'Anne derniere a Marienbad, Muriel, ou le temps d'un retour, and Providence, by critical consensus Resnais's most important films.
A half-tone detail from one of Lerer's illustrations of a Marinoni combined perfecting and duplex single-cylinder press, used to print newspapers in the nineteenth century, has been used to open the volume giving this reviewer initially some pause, however: is it perhaps ill-judged to introduce a book about Caxton and his successors with such an image?
What gives The Ring of Words part of its particular flavor are the 15 half-tone Illustrations which convey a sense depth of time and place and take us into the world where Tolkien worked as a subaltern for approximately two years.
The volume contains approximately 1,950 illustrations (1,450 in color)--photographs and half-tone drawings--of cadavers and procedures.
If you wanted a black and white picture, you had to cut a window in the paste-up board then create a half-tone negative of the photo, which had to match the window in the paste-up board.
The chemical change forms tiny microdots or "pixels" of sepia-yellow colour which make up the image, somewhat in a manner reminiscent of a half-tone reproduction.
ALTHOUGH when the Daily Mirror was the Daily Illustrated Mirror it claimed to be the first paper to produce photographic half-tone pictures, so also did the Graphic and Daily Dispatch (Centenary Special, Page 1, November 4).
Generally, there are no additional costs to change from traditional half-tone to stochastic screening.