(of a film or the like) damaged by accidental exposure to light.
noun 1. a table that has a translucent top illuminated from below and is used typically for making tracings or examining color transparencies. noun 1. (printing) a translucent surface of ground glass or a similar substance, illuminated from below and used for the examination of positive or negative film, and for the make-up of photocomposed […]
noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. therapeutic exposure to full-spectrum artificial light that simulates sunlight, used to treat various conditions, as seasonal affective disorder.
[lahyt-tahyt] /ˈlaɪtˌtaɪt/ adjective, Chiefly British. 1. .
- Light trap
noun 1. any mechanical arrangement that allows some form of movement to take place while excluding light, such as a light-proof door or the lips of a film cassette