A photograph or other continuous tone image that has been broken up into fine dots for reproduction. This process duplicates the range of greys within the image. See the Half Tone Guide by Thompson-Shore
Dot system of color photo’s to black and white.
A black and white photo shot with a camera with a honeycombed lens or scanned, that recreates your image as a series of dots required in printing.
The reproduction of a continuous-tone artwork- such as a photograph, converting the image into dots of various sizes and densities to recreate the detail of the original image. Used in 4-color process.
patterns of dots or lines simulating solid areas of varying tones.