The stems run deep into the earth and are attached to a sclerotium, which will be seen in the halftone.
In both cases, negatives are made of both the halftone and fine copies.
Well, he looked like a halftone print of the Pilgrim Fathers––the kind that they hang on the walls in the district schools.
Credit for each photograph is given with the halftone as it appears.
Its use is very extensive in the making of tint blocks or color work, used either in connection with line or halftone key plates.
Nine separate men handle each engraving in the halftone department.
The fine checks in the pileus are clearly seen in the halftone.
Combination plates are made by combining the halftone and line negatives together and making one complete print on the metal.
Which is how I happen to spot this folder with the halftone cut on it.
She also took a halftone snapshot of you out at the Coldtown dam, cut from a newspaper, published the Sunday after your accident.
The reproducion of greyscale images using dots of a single shade but varying size to simulate the different shades of grey.
Laser printers that cannot print different sized dots, halftones are produced by varying the numbers of dots in a given area.
This process is also used to produce a black and white version of a colour original using shades of grey in place of colours.
See also device independent bitmap.