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digital negative

A RAW image camera format. Like film negatives, RAW files can be converted many times into different photos, while the original "negative" remains intact. See RAW image format.
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It features a fully digital negative backlit instrument cluster, an all LED lighting setup, split floor boards and wide set handlebars, adjustable windscreen, extensive under seat storage space, 14-inch alloy wheels fitted with 110 section tyre in the front and 13-inch 130 section tyres at the rear.
The chromogenic digital prints were made on Kodak metallic paper through a process that exposes LED through a digital negative onto a light sensitive paper in the dark.
The smartphone also features the ability to capture images in uncompressed Raw DNG (digital negative) format and edit them directly on the phone using Adobe Lightroom.
For the Clark project, it was required that each image be delivered as a .DNG (Digital Negative) raw file.
Mobile-phone photography also helps Adobe with one of its ambitions, the promotion of its Digital Negative (DNG) format for raw data.
It describes camera operations and postproduction workflow with these low budget CinemaDNG (digital negative format) cameras where the images are not compressed, their differences, and the differences in shooting 8-bit DSLRs (digital single-lens reflex cameras) and 12-bit raw.
New camera API will become available which supports camera RAW-style image and Digital Negative in Android L.
As a companion to The Digital Negative, it shows how to take already-solid images and optimize them for the final print production, and covers everything from printer types and limitations to color management for better print results.
In this companion to his The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop Schewe, a Photoshop Hall of Fame member who was involved in the early development of Lightroom imaging software, shares techniques for creating optimal out-output and fine-art reproductions.
Additional enhancements include: FLV preview support for flash video; FLA and SWF flash formats; asset expiration; Digital Negative File asset retrieval; additional metadata support; e-mailing of URLs; and Microsoft Exchange integration.
Part of the popular and easy to use For Dummies series, this title helpfully combines five topics of the digital SLR camera, the digital photograph, the digital negative, working with photos in Photoshop CS2, and preserving pixels.
I watched a gadget show on TV and saw a digital negative scanner which can only be purchased from USA.

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