Used in the Prisoner of Azkaban so Harry can read his homework.
Katrina and The Waves 1997
1967 - inducted in 1998; three weeks as U.S. #1; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
“It Ends Tonight” by the All-American Rejects
Toward the camera lens, so that the subject stands out vividly against the background. Sometimes produces a silhouette effect.
Usually used where the lighting on the scene is inadequate for picture-taking.
The light changes the photosensitive salts to varying degrees depending on the amount of light striking them. When processed, this latent image will become a visible image either in reversed tones (as in a negative) or in positive tones (as in a color slide).
May be attached or detachable, and should be sized to the particular lens to avoid vignetting.
This produces a dense negative or a very light print or slide.
When placed on a camera lens or on light sources, it can eliminate undesirable reflections from a subject such as water, glass, or other objects with shiny surfaces. This filter also darkens blue sky.
Producing a thin negative, a dark slide, or a muddy-looking print.
The Charge Of The Light Brigade by Alfred Lord Tennyson
1979; peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100
1976; peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
1976; Written by Bruce Springsteen; reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100