desaturate

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de·sat·u·rate

(dē-sat'yū-rāt),
To produce desaturation.
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Called "The Desaturating Seven," it will be released Sept.
Arnaud prefers to allow the image to emerge to the detriment of the object, through transitions from one medium to another, enlarging and retouching (using Photoshop), desaturating colors, and printing in low definition.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5's noise reduction algorithm works much better to come closest to the two cameras, and renders better details with lesser noise, while desaturating the colour to an extent.
In terms of the look of the movie, digital black and white (as opposed to the richer tones of processed film) feels like a lost opportunity compared with the option of simply desaturating colours.
In anaesthesia practice, let alone paediatric anaesthesia practice, waiting for a desaturating patient with a lost airway to awaken is often not reasonable.
Cheung often shoots in shallow focus and tight frames, desaturating the image in post to look rosy and soft.
The artists work on two levels: saturating and increasing the contrast of the images to the limits of what could still be interpreted as a realistic photograph, making them appear vivid and immediate, or scaling back the colors, desaturating them nearly to the level that they appear faded and of another time.
The first is converting your image to grayscale, and the second is desaturating the image.
I came on duty two weeks later, after three days off, to find that Zack had improved and had only been desaturating occasionally over the past two days and I Looked forward to a similar night.
Lumero's technology creates a very realistic look by desaturating the specific wavelength of red that causes red-eye in only those areas identified as having red-eye in the image.
Shooting in color, then meticulously adjusting each shot before desaturating, they arrive at the HD equivalent of the classical Hollywood aesthetic more genuine than such recent retro experiments as "The Good German" or "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.
Forgoing the widescreen format, desaturating the colors and focusing on nondescript working-class neighborhoods, Spielberg and cinematographer Janusz Kaminski employ a raw, inelegant visual style to disguise the film's extraordinary stylistic sophistication and make seamless the interlacing of real and computerized action.