computer-enhanced image

computer-enhanced image

A picture that has been digitized and modified in the computer. For example, once a photograph has been scanned into the computer, it can be changed in numerous ways using an image editor. The brightness and contrast can be adjusted, colors can be changed and images can be superimposed. There is no end to the amount of alterations that can be applied to an image.


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Of the 18 young adult entries, Luke Coleman took first place and best in show for his black-and-white photo "Summer Daisies.'' Also receiving first-place ribbons were Sam Dumas for her drawing "Seville'' and Austin McKinlay for his computer-enhanced image "Old Clothespin on the Line.''
``There was nothing at all on the site, there wasn't even a model to look at in the sales offices, just a computer-enhanced image. The model only arrived a couple of weeks after I paid my reservation fee and that was when I really saw how it was going to look.
START: Anaesthetists put sisters to sleep; GOOD LUCK: Bahar Niko, who befriended the sisters in Singapore, gives the unconscious girls a kiss yesterday minutes before the op starts; HAPPY: Twins Ladan, left, and Laleh at a press conference before the surgery; JOINED: A computer-enhanced image of the heads of Ladan, left, and Laleh; TEAM LEADER: Dr Keith Goh; CRUCIAL: Dr Goh with supporting frame; ALL SET: Some of the 128 medics in the team
PHOTO : computer-enhanced image of the ultrasmall structure.
In this computer-enhanced image, the hidden star sits just below the long streak in the bottom half of the picture.
The computer-enhanced image shows how he may look today, a few months from his 14th birthday.
The false-color photograph is a computer-enhanced image of stars near the center of the bright globular cluster Omega Centauri (inset).
The computer-enhanced image, which we splashed on our front page yesterday, became a sensation after being emailed all over the world.
But the project was put on hold because of the cost of re-creating the computer-enhanced image. At one point Dome organisers offered to pay the pounds 30,000 for the new scene of the Thames when it looked like the map project might be scrapped.
"We have been so bamboozled by computer-enhanced images of celebrities that we routinely spend more money tarting ourselves up than we do on drink or our smartphones" - Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz.
Jo Swinson, the Lib Dem MP who will chair the inquiry, claimed that conflicting messages prompt people to resort to extreme methods in often-misguided attempts to match computer-enhanced images.
This book/DVD package presents high-resolution, color, computer-enhanced images from digital slides, displaying the histological features of hematoxylin- and eosin-stained sections of the various endocrine organs of the mouse at sequential stages of development.
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