Also known as Printing in. In a darkroom, providing extra exposure to an area of the print to make it darker, while blocking light from the rest of the print. (2) The act of copying data (e.g. photographic images) onto a CD or a DVD, also known as writing.Photo Tips
darkroom technique that singles out specific pieces of a photograph to add more light to the exposure of the photographic paper, thus darkening the spot.
Selectively darkening part of a photo using an image editing program or a mechanical technique in a traditional darkroom. Also the writing of material to a CD or DVD.
Overly bright, washed-out parts of a scene or subject, often as a result of subjects moving too close to an intense source. See: Moving Subjects, Graduated Scrim, and Floater for remedies.