object contrast

object contrast

[′äb·jekt ′kän‚trast]
(optics)
The ratio of the difference between the brightness of an object and of the background to the brightness of the background in an image or reproduction.
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NEW - Auto Shading - Similar to Ambient Occlusion, creates realistic shading based on lines and object contrast within each layer creating stylistic 3D effects
The HP PhotoSmart C20 digital camera was recognized internationally by German Foto & PC Magazine as the "Test Winner" for its resolution, object contrast and picture contrast.
Ensuring an object contrasts well with its background will guarantee it has visual impact.