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  • n. Illumination from underneath.


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under- +‎ lighting


  • The underlighting is combined with a strong, cool edge light from the right.

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  • Another form of facial underlighting that has a positive, non-sinister connotation for me, at least is the light on a person swimming in an outdoor swimming pool at night.

    Portrait Lighting: Underlighting

  • Here, for example, at the casual pinnacle of their professionalism, they had duplicated exactly the pale wash of the ubiquitous high school fluorescents, though with enough soft underlighting to give everything within it a kind of white, dull gleam.

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  • Walking out, the draught of poetry still on my spirit's throat, how could I resist the buoyancy of the sun underlighting a grayshield sky, the rain-soggied pavement accusing the air

    tis glorious

  • The Firelord lifted the weapon from his lap; its reddened glow touched his upturned features, underlighting his jaw to more angular contours, and lending his brows a pronounced arch.


  • The LaCinema drive features a black-with-blue-underlighting design from frequent LaCie collaborator

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  • beautiful orange underlighting man - just beautiful

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