RENDER To represent, portray, or depict in a drawing or painting.
RENDERING A drawing or painting in which tonal values vary from white
through black or from light to dark shades.
REPRODUCIBILITY The ability of line and halftone copy to reproduce as
acceptable and legible.
REPRODUCIBLE ART Second-generation art made from the original art
and mortised or pasted onto the reproduction page.
REPRODUCTION Making one or more copies of an original piece of
REPRODUCTION COPY Also called CAMERA-READY COPY. Copy
ready in all respects for photomechanical reproduction.
REPRODUCTION PROOFS Also called REPROS. Exceptionally clean,
sharp proofs on a highly coated paper used for reproduction.
REPROGRAPHICS The reproduction of images by copying machines and
their methods and processes.
RESCALE To enlarge or reduce in size or to change in shape without
changing proportion to fit new space configurations.
RESEARCH FILE See MORGUE, PICTURE MORGUE, or CLIP ART.
RESOLUTION Clarity, focus, or density.
RETOUCH To delete unwanted image areas or make repairs to copy by
painting out with an opaque solution.
RETOUCH GRAYS A series of opaque watercolors ranging from white to
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