Difference in the degree of darkness between the lightest and darkest tones of a piece of artwork.
The range from the smallest highlight dot the press can print to the largest shadow dot it can print.
The difference between the minimum and maximum tonal values that film or a digital camera's image sensor can register.
Difference in density between the minimum and maximum density of an image. Density range is the difference in density reading from the shadow area to the highlight area on a film negative, film positive or printed sheet. See tonal range.
The difference between the lightest and darkest areas of an image. Also known as tonal range.
The range from the smallest highlight dot the press can print to the largest shadow dot that can be printed. The amount of detail that can be seen in the shadow (blacks) to the highlight (whites) of an image.
A general digital printing term referring to the difference between the darkest and lightest areas of copy. Also called contrast ratio, copy range and tonal range.
Sävyala Svärtningsomfång High print density and paper whiteness give high density range.
Expression of contrast between darkest and lightest areas of copy.