Definition of Lightings

1. Noun. (plural of lighting) ¹



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Definition of Lightings

1. lighting [n] - See also: lighting

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lightings

lightheartedly
lightheartedness
lighthouse
lighthouse keeper
lighthouse keepers
lighthouse lens
lighthouselike
lighthouses
lighting
lighting-up(a)
lighting circuit
lighting fixture
lighting industry
lighting out
lighting up
lightings
lightish
lightless
lightlessly
lightlessness
lightlied
lightlies
lightlike
lightly
lightly-armed
lightly armored
lightly armoured
lightman
lightmap
lightmaps

Literary usage of Lightings

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1. Pictorial Composition in Photography by Arthur Hammond (1920)
"... and Solidity Brought out by Lighting —Ordinary Lighting—Outdoor Portraits — Home Portraiture — Unusual Lightings — The Outfit for Home Portraiture. ..."

2. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1914)
"It is this difference of degrees that causes so many operators to differ in the making of the lightings. One has a certain degree of intensity fixed in his ..."

3. Library of Amateur Photography (1911)
"It is very seldom necessary to restrain negatives of Rembrandt Lightings in ... The latitude in exposure in Rembrandt Lightings is much greater than with ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"In the lightings shown in Fig. 3 an attempt has been made to illustrate the influence of the three factors already noted so that they do not represent ..."

5. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1906)
"It is this difference of degrees that causes so many operators to differ in the making of the lightings. One has a certain degree of intensity fixed in his ..."

6. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1907)
"Of course, I know all make some lightings during a year's time that are good, some make more good lightings than others, and very few indeed, that make half ..."

7. The Lighting Art: Its Practice and Possibilities by Matthew Luckiesh (1917)
"Nature's landscapes are really effects of light, shade and color, and inasmuch as there are an infinite number of lightings available, Nature provides a ..."

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