Eberhard effect

noun Eber·hard effect \ˈebərˌhärd-, ˈābərˌhärt-\

Definition of Eberhard effect

  1. :  an effect observed in developed photographic images in which the density of small equally exposed areas varies with their size — compare adjacency effect

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Origin and Etymology of eberhard effect

after Gustav Eberhard †1940 German astronomer

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