Soft Light

Technology / Television (TV) / Soft Light: A diffused light source, resulting in indistinct, blurred outlines and minimal shadows.

Other Words for Light

Light Verb Synonyms: turn on, switch on, put on
Light Noun Synonyms: illumination, brightness, daylight, lamplight, candlelight, firelight, gaslight, torchlight, starlight, moonlight, sunlight, gegenschein, counterglow
Light Adjective Synonyms: ignite, set alight, set or put a match to, kindle, burn, touch off, set fire to, fire
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Other Words for Soft

Soft Adjective Synonyms: easygoing, tolerant, kind, compassionate, gentle, merciful, lenient, indulgent, permissive, liberal, lax, easy, docile, tame, submissive, deferential, benign, tender-hearted, sympathetic, kind-hearted, kind
Soft Noun Synonyms: yielding, cushiony, plushy, spongy, squeezable, compressible, squashy, squashable, flexible, plastic, pliable, pliant, supple, flexile, flexuous, unstarched
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Reflected Light

Entertainment / Photography / Reflected Light: Light bounced off a subject, not falling on it. MORE

Reflected Light Reading

Entertainment / Photography / Reflected Light Reading: Measurement by a light meter of the amount of reflected light being bounced of the subject. The light meter is pointed towards the subject. MORE

Safelight

Entertainment / Photography / Safelight: Darkroom light of a color and intensity that will not affect light sensitized photographic materials. MORE

Side Lighting

Entertainment / Photography / Side Lighting: Light striking the subject from the side relative to the position of the camera. It produces shadows and highlights to create modeling on the subject. MORE

Red-Eye Flight

Life Style / Travel / Red-Eye Flight: An overnight flight that usually arrives in the early morning. Because when you first wake up you are usually tired with red eyes, the term red-eye flight became very popular with economic and busines MORE

Red Light

Entertainment / Ice Hockey / Red Light: A light behind the goal cage, next to the green light, that is turned on by the goal judge to indicate that a goal has been scored. MORE

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