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Synonyms for halftone

a print obtained from photoengraving

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an engraving used to reproduce an illustration

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I was a senior editor of the magazine at the time, and I remember how difficult it was to proof the image, since the dot screen of Walker's offset-printed source kept generating a moire effect, while the scanned toothpaste maintained its minty crispness.
By scanning the actual magazine cover, Walker introduced yet another visual disjunction, because the detail couldn't quite connect seamlessly with the whole, especially since the additional round of scanning and printing created further discrepancies between the various CMYK dot screens now embedded in the file and the most recent dot pattern with which the file had been printed.
Laptops with high-performance 80386 (MS DOS) or 68000 (Macintosh) processor chips and math co-processors, many megs of memory, 20-meg and larger hard disks and 640 x 480 dot screens compute with the best desktops.