light leak


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light leak

(līt lēk)
Any white luminescence visible when lights are off in an x-ray darkroom; may be due to unsealed door frames or air vents.
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Knix Wear launched in May of 2013 with a line of leak proof and absorbent underwear inspired by the 1 in 3 women who experience the occasional light leak.
We think it's either a vent-hole light leak or a glinty rock.
0 enhances the photo with Light Leak or Texture at random.
There was a light leak from a chlorine bulk storage container which activated the detection system and instigated procedures to isolate the plant.
We can't have light leak in, so our walls have to go all the way to the ceiling,'' she said, pointing to exposed duct work.
The first step in determining this was to use a tiny light leak in the entrance aperture of the detector to measure the efficiency for detecting single photoelectron events.
In this version the camera has a tiny light leak, and the film,
Always Discreet liners are for light leaks, pads are for light or moderate leaks and pants/underwear are for larger leaks.
If it is not extracted it is simply vented into the atmosphere and because it is so light leaks out into space.
In almost all cases, however, the first rule of thumb is to look for light leaks along the dock door perimeter--where there's light coming through, there's energy leaving the facility and an opportunity for contaminants to enter.
Lomo Life: The Future is Analog discusses the phenomenon of Lomography: which began with a camera company that offered over a hundred modestly priced models from a small Russian camera that featured shadowing, light leaks, and saturated color results.
If you like to do post-processing on a computer and want to have high-quality images to start with, or you simply don't want to make gimmicky pictures that look like they were shot with a broken 110 with light leaks, then give PureShot a try.