soft-focus


soft–fo·cus

adjective \ˈsf(t)-ˈfō-kəs\

Definition of SOFT-FOCUS

1
of a photographic image :  having unsharp outlines
2
of a lens :  producing an image having unsharp outlines

First Known Use of SOFT-FOCUS

1916

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