back light

back light

n
1. (Photography) light falling on a photographic or television subject from the rear
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And with that voice sounding in her ear, little Annie woke to find it was a dream; but like other dreams it did not pass away; and as she sat alone, bathed in the rosy morning light, and watched the forest waken into life, she thought of the strange forms she had seen, and, looking down upon the flower on her breast, she silently resolved to strive, as she had striven in her dream, to bring back light and beauty to its faded leaves, by being what the Fairy hoped to render her, a patient, gentle little child.
The DIG security asked the citizen to ensure proper functioning of back light and indicators for their safety.
The new founded company "PicturAlive" developed innovative products and processes to fix all these disadvantages and produce shiny pictures that can be displayed beautifully with back light on or off.
A back light is positioned under the carpet; the light pass through the backing much more than through the pile, so the camera positioned in the other side of the product can see the difference of the contrast and detect the edge of the pile.
One major factor behind the vigorous investments in LED is the growing demand generated by the growing popularity of LED TV, or LCD (liquid crystal display) TV using LED as back light, since the second quarter of 2009, thanks to the merits of compact size (thus thinner screen), low power consumption, and higher color saturation, compared with traditional LCD TV which uses CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent lamp) as the back-light source.
The keys were still in the ignition and the engine was running when the man claimed a back light was out.
I caught one of them jumping on my partner's bonnet and because I told him to get off they decided to smash both wing mirrors back light and have caused severe damage to the body work.
The latest interpretation of Chrysler's eggcrate grille flows into the long hood, while the arced roof and rising belt line are accentuated by a raked hatch with a back light that sweeps around the C-pillars.
Potential applications include back light and image light area of LCDs such as diffusion, protective, and retardation film; pick-up lens for DVD and SACD players; syringes and surgical instruments; PTP sheet (blister packaging); shrink film and label; and extrusion-coated packaging.
They also feature three recent Nikon innovations: D-Lighting which improves images taken with excessive back light or insufficient flash; Portrait (Face AF) Mode which has the ability to detect a human face in the frame, achieving sharp focus; and In-Camera Red-Eye Fix On sale in the UK later this month
Auto Black enhances contrast by compensating for reduced contrast, and the cameras offer Back Light Compensation so they can be set up even in challenging entrances.