Definition of catchlight in English:

catchlight

Line breaks: catch|light
Pronunciation: /ˈkatʃlʌɪt/

noun

A gleam of reflected light in the eye of a person in a photograph.
More example sentences
  • The one metre square reflector will also impart catchlights to eyes to make them sparkle as well.
  • The print would then copied to produce a negative with catchlights which would then be reprinted.
  • When used at the optimum height and distance the catchlights in models’ eyes are amazing.

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