Definition of crosslight in English:

crosslight

Syllabification: cross·light
Pronunciation: /ˈkrôslīt
 
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noun

A light positioned to illuminate the parts of a photographic subject that the main lighting leaves in shade.
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  • The combination of frontlight from the ceiling Cove and cross light from the ends of the Second Pipe makes a good, all purpose general wash.
  • We decided to use the angled cross lights to simulate a night club/rock concert mood.
  • Try using a torch to investigate how much more detailed contrast you can get by using cross light.

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