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vignetting

/ (vɪˈnjɛtɪŋ) /
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noun
the technique of producing a photographic vignette, esp a portrait, by progressively reducing the amount of light falling on the photographic surface towards the edges
the reduction in area of a light beam passing through a camera lens as the obliquity of the beam is increased
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