In photography, a reproduction with high gamma in which the difference in darkness (density) between neighbouring areas is greater than in the original.
A scene where the range between the brightest and darkest areas is extreme, or is such that it may cause exposure problems. A film that renders scenes in high-contrast fashion. The absence of middle grays.
A term that indicates that there are few, if any, tonal gradations between dark and light areas. Also, a photographic reproduction that contains higher than normal density levels. See also CONTRAST DENSITY GRADATION HALFTONE
A piece of art containing both extremely light and dark contrasts.
in photography or illustration, a reproduction in which light and dark areas are more exaggerated than in the original object or image.
a lighting of a scene which emphasizes dramatic contrasts between light and dark (for example, shafts of light on a dark background)
When a photo is reproduced in printing so that the differences in darkness or density are greater than the original.
In photography, describes a reproduction in which the difference in darkness between neighboring areas is greater than in the original.
A wide range of density in a print or negative.
An image that is high in contrast (as opposed to a "flat" image), wherein the negative, slide or print contains a wide density range.
Few or no tonal gradations between dark and light areas.
A display feature that instructs programs to change the color scheme to a high-contrast scheme and to increase legibility whenever possible.
Large difference of dark to light areas in a photographic reproduction.
High Contrast is the stage name of Welsh drum and bass DJ and producer Lincoln Barret. He was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1979.