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However, every regiment staff had its own intelligence office and reconnaissance halation
. Their efforts were limited as well, and the recon battalions were often relegated to scout an area of upcoming operations, provide security for the convoys and limited ambush activities.
Ramallah -- PNN - On Friday three children were injured many were treated for the effects of tear gas in halation
as Israeli troops attacked anti-wall protests organized in a number of West Bank communities.
(b) The pilot is not seriously affected by halation
. (c) It provides enough light for night operations.
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This sheet also helped to reduce the effect of halation
in the images as a result of direct sunlight on the soil surface.
(6.) Describing the striking glow of light at windows and doors in Emmons's photographs, Peladeau explains that Emmons "apparently preferred not to use anti-halation film since the halation
(bouncing back of light through the emulsion after hitting the back of the glass plate) gave a halo-like effect to the highlights of her photographs which she enjoyed" (13).
Artists have long explored the visual peculiarities, such as halation
, of camera obscura images.
removal eliminates 98 percent of reflectivity and the image improvement function can solve low-contrast or illumination problems.
Our bodies still buzz; we still emanate radio waves in concentric patterns, a halation
of sound, spreading beyond what first spurred it.
When I write during periods of insomnia, there are passages burned away by too much looking, or overexposed, an effect that photographers call halation
. I worry that whatever emotion is keeping me awake, grief or rage or fear, will burn everything up; the poet's eye transformed into the overheated lens of a microscope, gobbling up the invisible, bits of world filled with shining or pale blue twinklings, rare squiggles and streaks of living matter--like these two lips rapidly opening and closing: a kiss just before it burns up.