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low con print

A scene is reproduced in a low key if the tone range of the reproduction is largely in the low-density portion of the scene. Typically the subject is the brightest part of the image.

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low con print

Describes a mostly dark image, with few highlights.
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low con print

Small size images suitable only for viewing on the web.
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low con print

low contrast print specifically for transfer to video, which favors less contrast in the transfer process.
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low con print

Little difference between darkest and brightest tonal values in scene or picture.
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low con print

see Contrast
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