Color-filter



noun, Photography.
1.
a screen of dyed gelatin or glass for controlling or modifying the reproduction of the colors of the subject as photographed.
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    [kuhl-er-fuh l] /ˈkʌl ər fəl/ adjective 1. abounding in : In their tartans, the Scots guard made a colorful array. 2. richly eventful or picturesque: a colorful historical period. 3. presenting or suggesting vivid or striking scenes: a colorful narrative. adj. 1889, in figurative sense of “interesting,” from color (n.) + -ful. Related: Colorfully.

  • Colorfully

    [kuhl-er-fuh l] /ˈkʌl ər fəl/ adjective 1. abounding in : In their tartans, the Scots guard made a colorful array. 2. richly eventful or picturesque: a colorful historical period. 3. presenting or suggesting vivid or striking scenes: a colorful narrative. adj. 1889, in figurative sense of “interesting,” from color (n.) + -ful. Related: Colorfully.



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