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A universal lens works fairly well in all light conditions and is typically a medium copper, rose, or brown tint with little to no mirror.
Cities saw the skies turn red, but the iPhone camera’s computational photography mode tried to correct the tint and made the scenes look underwhelming.
Others again will be found of a fine red, having something of a most lovely light cherry tint.
Next day Malcolm, somewhat lighter in tint after a hot bath, made himself acquainted with the camp.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
When the flowers are of a light tint, two or three of the leaves nearest the root are gathered.
The rind is peeled from the branches by means of knives, and then dried in the sun; this gives it a yellowish or brownish tint.
Your gloves must be of kid, white, or some very light tint to suit your dress.
The rolling hills were beginning to lose their green tint, under a hot sun, unrelieved by rain.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
In the winter, they jumped into fleecy snowdrifts and rolled until their little bronze bodies took on a red-raspberry tint.
The tubes of color that are actually necessary for almost every possible tint or combination in nature are very few.
THE PAINTER IN OILDANIEL BURLEIGH PARKHURST

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