The act of illuminating, or supplying with light; the state of being illuminated.
Festive decoration of houses or buildings with lights.
That which illuminates or gives light; brightness; splendor; especially, intellectual light or knowledge.
luminous flux, usually of incident light. Units: lux or lumens per square meter
to light up
The lighting in an area, or the result of the use of light. Also, the intensity of light per unit of area, sometimes called "illuminance"; usually measured in footcandles.
the light of the Holy Spirit making clear or enlarging the revelation [an unveiling or disclosing of Who Jesus Christ is and what He did to bring salvation]. [See Revelation and Unveiling].
a light source. Scientifically, the amount of flux per unit area on a lighted surface.
The amount of light falling onto a surface.
a condition of spiritual awareness; divine illumination; "follow God's light"
the luminous flux incident on a unit area
A â€œglow-in-the-darkâ€ effect often found on the hands or markers of a watch for easy night reading.
The amount of light cast on a subject.
Lighting on a watch dial that allows the wearer to read the time in the dark.
The amount of light cast onto an item or object.
The density of light projected onto a screen or other surface. Stated in lumens.
The general term for the application of light to a subject.
The act of illuminating or state of being illuminated. This term is often used incorrectly in place of the term illuminance to denote the density of luminous flux on a surface.
Another name for baptism. Christ is the Light of the world Who illumines all men. When we are baptized we put on Christ and become illumined with the knowledge of Christ and experience His saving power.
Normally a wavelength or range of wavelengths of light or visible light used to enhance a scene so the detector, normally a camera, can produce an image.
See lighting section.
Valaistus Illumination The illumination is important when viewing printed products. Colour perception depends on the colour of light, colour of print, human's colour vision and direction of light. Colour of a tungsten lamp is yellowish whereas a D50 illuminator should be used when viewing printed samples.
The luminous flux falling on a unit area of a surface.
The result of the use of light, illuminance, the density ofluminous flux on a surface, is usually measured in footcandles.
Supplying light to any area. Also refers to the density of light over an above a given area i.e. High illumination refers to the high density of light.
The illumination of the subject of a drawing or painting is a key element in creating an artistic piece, and the interplay of light and shadow is a valuable method in the artist's toolbox. The placement of the light sources can make a considerable difference in the type of message that is being presented. Multiple light sources can wash out any wrinkles in a person's face, for instance, and give a more youthful appearance.