hard light


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hard light

Light which produces well-defined shadows.
References in classic literature ?
Her eyes (equally well preserved) were of that hard light blue color which wears well, and does not wash out when tried by the test of tears.
Colorized with Hard Light, Multiply, Overlay, and Color layer color mode, 36 in * 43.
And let's face it, in the cold, hard light of day, most of us do not really need a four-wheel drive expect for two days of the year.
Some 20 years ago, when a creative shop would hand over copy for a double-page spread to a media agency, you did not have the cold hard light of digital analytics to tell you -- on a daily basis -- how the copy, messaging and media place- ment were performing.
The Hard Light is on sale for the first time ever at the Agent of the Nine's boutique.
But in her eyes, as she's there leaning over the balcony overlooking this pretty astonishing feat that she and the small Gustu team have created, there's a hard light in the corner of her eye that says, 'this lady's got balls.
When the light source does not have an area much greater than the object it is illuminating, then hard light is produced [3] (figure 5).
The author, with a master's in art education and a desire to throw unmistakable, hard light on the subject, uses examples, questions and tasks to support the words.
com, revealed: "Love/Hate is shining a cold, hard light on some very real issues faced by people.
I began reading the collection late one night and upon completing it early in the morning, went to my bookshelf and returned with Tom Dawes In Hardy Country, Michael Crummey's Hard Light, John Steffler's The Grey Islands, and Agnes Walsh's Going Around with Bachelors.
On 20 January, he told a Brussels audience "the Scottish government is morally bound to set out in detail what terms of membership they would seek," and dismissed the process it is proposing as "flawed in legal terms and destined to fail in the cold hard light of political reality".
I just want to avoid writing sentences that will look hilariously wrong in the cold, hard light of 2023.