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    The brightest area(s) of an image, printed with the smallest amount of ink transfer and/or the smallest halftone dot, in contrast to shadows and middle tones. A highlight which comprises the whitest neutral area and prints with the smallest dot is known as a diffuse highlight, in contrast to a specular highlight, which is a reflection of a light source within an image and contains no detail nor any halftone dots at all.

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