Sabattier effectn.PhotographyA partial reversal of tones in a photograph due to exposure to light during development, resulting in an image with a combination of normal and reversed polarity.
NotesThe effect, described by French scientist Armand Sabattier in 1862, has an appearance similar to solarization. Photographers sometimes use it intentionally for aesthetic value.
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