graininess : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the quality of being composed of relatively large particles
- The career scenes are shot in high-contrast graininess, the early ones in a pellucid sunlight that Charles would soon lose sight of.
- There, in all its grace and graininess, is the small of the back for Actor Claude Rich; the belly, dappled with goose flesh, for Dancer Jean Babile.
- Paint "equals" water in much the same way as, in some Renaissance portraiture, the graininess of pigment "equals" the cellular structure of flesh.
News & Articles
- Projection Screen has folding design for facilitated shipping.
Available with standard or micro perforation, SeVision 3D GX folded silver cinema projection screens have coated surface that resists bruising and scuffing. Micron flake coating enhances image sharpness and eliminates graininess in bright scenes, while non-leafing flake promotes longevity by eliminating degradation of optical properties over time. Offered with viewing angles from 30° to 40° half ...
March 20, 2014 - ThomasNet