n. PhotographyA measure of the sharpness and detail in an image or optical system. LawA formal expression of a corporate or public body, expressing an opinion, decision, or action.


Resolution1 is often determined by photographing a standard target and measuring the lines per millimeter that can be discerned in the developed image. Resolution quality depends on the optical system, the type of film, the manner in which the film is processed, and other factors.