halftone screen


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halftone screen

A series of regular spaced opaque lines on glass, crossing at right angles, producing transparent apertures between intersections. Used in a process camera to break up a solid or continuous tone image into a pattern of small dots. See also halftone.
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Click on the pull-down menu under method to choose halftone screen. After clicking OK, the halftone menu will pop up.
Thus the shots, which stayed up close throughout, reveal not the grain of film emulsion but a halftone screen, evoking Richard Prince's rephotography or Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin's static shots of newspapers, magazines, and publicity stills in Letter to Jane (1972).
If the halftone screen that we are developing rapidly changes its shape through the grayscale, we can increase the number of discrete gray levels in this 2D simulation model in the course of experimenting.
But he maintained that his own method comes "very close in quality, except you don't run a complicated algorithm, you just use ours as a halftone screen."
If the halftone screen in the course of experiment rapidly changes its shape through the grayscale, the number of discrete gray levels in this 2D simulation model may be increased.
Stochastic application of R73 halftone screen in 3 prepared images is presented in figures 7, 8 and 9.
The judges will ask themselves a number of technical questions, depending on the process, the substrate, the fineness of the lines, the size of the typeface and the fineness of the halftone screens used, etc.
Each photograph was made through the use of multiple halftone screens to produce different patterns and textures, which the artist cut apart and re-collaged.
Since a finished printed image generally consists of the overprint of the four halftone screens, it is very difficult to isolate each of the various components affecting the reproduction of the original image.
In Germany, Georg Meisenbach experimented with halftone screens in 1879, and William Kurtz imported a pair of his screens into New York City in 1883.
Halftone screens? Even if you know the difference, do you know when it is better to use one or the other?
A printer using conventional 150 lpi halftone screens who converts to 20-[micro] stochastic screening will encounter a significant overall improvement in apparent image resolution.