Term - Resolving power
|Resolving power||SWPP Photographic Glossary|
Tuesday 1st September 2015
The ability of the eye, lens or photographic emulsion to determine fine detail. In photography, the quality of the final image is a result of the resolving power of both the lens and the sensitive emulsion. Resolution is expressed in terms of lines per millimeter which are distinctly recorded or visually separable in the final image.
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