Tinting

  • (noun): The act of adding a tinge of color.
    Example: "The hairdresser gave her hair a modest tinting"

Some articles on tinting:

Film Tinting - History - Tinting in The Silent Era
... Both the Edison Studios and the Biograph Company began tinting their films for setting moods ... A variation of film tinting is hand coloring, in which only parts of the image are colored by hand with dyes, sometimes using a stencil cut from a ... the early teens, with the onset of feature-length films, tinting was expanded upon as another mood setter, just as commonplace as music ...
Silent Film - Elements (1894 – 1929) - Tinting
... A combination of tinting and toning could be used as an effect that could be striking ... Méliès began hand-tinting his work as early as 1897 and the 1899 Cendrillion (Cinderella) and 1900 Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc) provide early examples of hand-tinted ... with the onset of feature-length films, tinting was used as another mood setter, just as commonplace as music ...
Brick Tinting
... Brick tinting is the process of physically tinting bricks to either change the color or blend-in offending areas of brickwork with the surrounding ...
Film Tinting - History - Tinting in Later Years
... Tinting was utilized for years up until the early 1950s in select sequences, full monochromatic pictures and short trailers and snipes ... The Technicolor Corporation continued to experiment with both tinting, toning and colorizing ... (1949) displayed a further concept of tinting by Technicolor, with various shades of red, orange, and yellow creating a fire-like effect for the last reel ...
Color Motion Picture Film - Tinting and Hand Coloring
... emerged in the early 1910s known as film tinting, a process in which either the emulsion or the film base is dyed, giving the image a uniform monochromatic color ... Tinting and toning were sometimes applied together ... Tinting and toning continued to be used well into the sound era ...