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English - Turkish
(Askeri) RENK VEYA TON ÇIKARTMA: Bir harita üzerinde, yoğunluğu bir uçtan diğer uca düzgün bir şekilde azalacak şekilde bir renk bandı veya ton çıkartma işlemi
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(Fotoğrafçılık) örtü
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kısa hikaye
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etrafı silinmiş fotoğraf
Vignette
Bir fotoğrafın ya da resmin asıl kısmını çerçeveleyen çevre kısmı silme ya da silikleştirme işlemi ile fotoğraf ya da resmi bir arka plana yerleştirme işlemi
Vignette
Bir fotoğrafın ya da resmin asıl kısmını çerçeveleyen çevre kısmı silme ya da silikleştirme işlemi ile fotoğraf ya da resmi bir arka plana yerleştirmek
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asmadalı şeklinde süs
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skeç
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vinyet
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kitap süsü
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kitabın başlık sayfasına veya bölüm başlarına konulan ufak süs
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özet/görüntü/vinyet
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(fiil) süs çizmek
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English - English
Vignetting is a darkening of the corners of an image, usually caused by light falling off toward the edge of the CCD chip due to the optical system Typically vignetting is seen most prominently in fast-focal-ratio and wide-angle systems such as camera lenses Vignetting is usually removed by using a flat field
A gradual reduction in density of parts of a photographic image due to the stopping of some of the rays entering the lens A lens mounting may interfere with the extreme oblique rays An antivignetting filter is one that gradually decreases in density from the center toward the edges; it is used with many wide-angle-lenses to produce a photograph of uniform density by cutting down the overexposure of the center of the photograph
The action of blurring the background so that the subject stands out
(1) Underexposure at the image's edges or corners caused by an unsuitable lens hood, filter or other attachment that partially blocks the field of view (2) An image printing technique where the central area is fully printed but its edges gradually fade
The loss of light through an optical element when the entire bundle does not pass through; an image or picture that shades off gradually into the background
A fall-off in brightness at the edges of an image, slide, or print Can be caused by poor lens design, using a lens hood not matched to the lens, or attaching too many filters to the front of the lens
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The small picture on a postage stamp
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A short story that presents a scene or tableau, or paints a picture
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To make, as an engraving or a photograph, with a border or edge gradually fading away
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A running ornament consisting of leaves and tendrils, used in Gothic architecture
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Any small borderless picture in a book, especially an engraving, photograph, or the like, which vanishes gradually at the edge
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A decorative design, originally representing vine branches or tendrils, at the head of a chapter, of a manuscript or printed book, or in a similar position
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a picture having a background or that is shaded off gradually
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1. a brief evocative account or description. 2. a small illustration or portrait photograph which fades into its background without a definite border. 3. a small ornamental design in a book or carving, typically based on foliage. 4. portray in the style of a vignette.5. produce (a photograph) with softened or fading edges
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a brief literary description
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A vignette is an image that does not have a definite border around it This term also applies to a small image that is part of a larger print
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An illustration in which the background fades gradually away
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The central part of a stamp design, usually surrounded by a border In some cases the vignette shades off gradually into the surrounding area
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one of a small or dainty kind
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Fade to white or small decorative design or illustration A photo or illustration etc , in which the tones fade gradually away until they blend with the surface they are printed on
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a small decorative or ornamental design
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gradation change of one color that varies only in strength (brightness) or lightness Does not change in hue
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In general context, an image in which the colors or tones gradually bleed out into the background In prepress, often used to refer to a continuous gradation of colors
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Color manipulation effects in which all or a portion of an image fades gradually away until it blends into the not-imaged area Sometimes used to refer to a graduated background tone
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A background effect in which color or tone fades gradually away to a low density value
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a small illustrative sketch (as sometimes placed at the beginning of chapters in books)
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A half-tone with the background gradually fading away and blending into the surface of the paper
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Illustration in which the background fades gradually away until it blends into the unprinted paper
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Color manipulation effects in which all or a portion of an image fades gradually away until it blends into the non-imaged area Sometimes used to refer to a graduated background tone
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Information or instructional feature plus a commercial Vignettes are no more than two minutes in length
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A decorative design placed at breaks in an article, at the beginning or end of a book or chapter of a book, or along the border of a page Sometimes, an unbordered picture, often a portrait the edges of which fade off or blur into the colour of its surrounding area
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a picture or painting where the borders are undefined and seem to fade or blur away
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A brief description or verbal snapshot of how a standard or group of standards may be implemented in the laboratory-classroom
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{f} describe a scene or a person in a brief elegant fashion; make the edges of a picture fade gently into the background
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(1) An illustration that has soft edges, often produced by using cutouts or masks (2) A photograph or halftone in which the edges, or parts of, are shaded off to a very light gray
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A vignette is a short description, picture, or piece of acting which expresses very clearly and neatly the typical characteristics of the thing that it represents. The book is an excellent vignette of some of the major debates in science
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{i} brief elegant characterization of a scene or a person (in written, musical, or dramatic form); picture that fades at the edges without a defined border; decorative illustration in various places in a book (e.g. beginning or end of a chapter)
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an illustration unenclosed by a formal border
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a small illustrative sketch (as sometimes placed at the beginning of chapters in books) a photograph whose edges shade off gradually
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To underexpose the edges of an image Sometimes done intentionally but more often caused by a lens that forms an image covering the film or paper only partially
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An illustration in which the background fades gradually away until it blends into the unprinted paper
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This term usually refers to a single dot pattern that may start at 50% dot and gradually decrease to say 5% in a smooth graduation
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To make, as an engraving or a photograph, with a border or edge insensibly fading away
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A picture, illustration, or depiction in words, esp
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A decorative design, originally representing vine branches or tendrils, at the head of a chapter, of a manuscript or printed book, or in a similar position; hence, by extension, any small picture in a book; hence, also, as such pictures are often without a definite bounding line, any picture, as an engraving, a photograph, or the like, which vanishes gradually at the edge
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a photograph whose edges shade off gradually
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A picture or illustration without any definite border (frame), shading off gradually at the edges Loosely, in papermonies, any picture or illustration, including the framed ones
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A symbol or pictorial representation of the corporation on a stock certificate Usually a complicated and artistic design, it is meant to make the counterfeiting of stock certificates as difficult as possible
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An illustration in which the background fades away until it blends into the unprinted substrate
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