Halftone

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Halftone

An engraving used to print an illustration, such as in a book or magazine. This word is most common in publishing.
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By scanning the actual magazine cover, Walker introduced yet another visual disjunction, because the detail couldn't quite connect seamlessly with the whole, especially since the additional round of scanning and printing created further discrepancies between the various CMYK dot screens now embedded in the file and the most recent dot pattern with which the file had been printed.
For starters, there is the 460K dot screen on the back, which is pretty low-res.
5 cm grid produced the smallest average difference between methods, but the random dot screen produced the smallest 95 percent confidence interval for the difference.
Full HD video, a tilt-swivel 9210K dot screen and various creative scene modes come as a standard on the D5200 and should be good enough to get anyone's creativity flowing.