from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A series of shades ranging from pure white to pure black, used in displaying monochromatic images.
- noun An image displayed using such a series of shades.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun photography A printed strip of graduated tones used to check
- adjective imaging
black and white, representing color with shades of gray.
- verb transitive To
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However, this book is done in grayscale with blue accents for shadowing purposes.
You can save your colour ink by also choosing to only print in grayscale by default.
I love my Kindle and will gladly buy this one too, I LOVE it. the e-ink is easy on the eyes, no papers to recycle, I can buy a book anytime anywhere, and preview a chapter free. what’s not to love? you can also email on it, display photos in grayscale, listen to music while reading, browse websites, TWITTER from it, and there are NO MONTHLY FEES for this access.
(Rugg literally adds grays to the book, working in grayscale rather than the black-and-white that predominates in his Street Angel comic.
While I still see this in grayscale, to take DisgustedDem’s point further, any system that uses race or gender as a marker for disadvantage, without considering the child’s other challenges in life, strikes me as arbitrary and, as a graduate of Mr. Jefferson’s University, grossly offensive.
We use a controlled palette where the grayscale is a main feature.
I have achromatopsia, so I see everything in grayscale.
· Add effects such as grayscale, negative, old picture effect, auto equalize, sepia and so on.
If you want the result in b&w, choose the "grayscale" option when scanning -- it is slightly better.
For paper, under the color option, select 'grayscale'.