underexposed


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un·der·ex·pose

 (ŭn′dər-ĭk-spōz′)
tr.v. un·der·ex·posed, un·der·ex·pos·ing, un·der·ex·pos·es
To expose (film) to light for too short a time or to light or radiation that is insufficient to produce normal image contrast.

un′der·ex·po′sure (-ĭk-spō′zhər) n.

underexposed

(ˌʌndərɪkˈspəʊzd)
adj
1. (Photography) photog (of a film, plate, or paper) exposed for too short a period or with insufficient light so as not to produce the required effect
2. not subjected to appropriate or expected publicity
Translations

underexposed

[ˈʌndərɪksˈpəʊzd] ADJ (Phot) → subexpuesto

underexposed

[ˌʌndərɪkˈspəʊzd] adj (PHOTOGRAPHY)sous-exposé(e)

underexposed

[ˌʌndrɪksˈpəʊzd] adj (Phot) → sottoesposto/a
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The camera uses advanced technology like Arcsoft Night Shot and Kodak certified lens coating that enables light to reach the sensor, reduces noise, brightens underexposed areas and stabilises blur from slow shutter speeds.
Also, when using flash for pictures taken in very low light some photos were underexposed and red-eye effects were frequent, DxoMark said.
I miss that delayed gratification, though, of finding out later what was on the photos I got back, not knowing whether they would be underexposed, out of focus or just plain mortifyingly embarrassing.
Exposure Advisor" software helps by directly assessing whether the image is underexposed or overexposed so the practitioner can check quality during imaging process.
First, I say that investors generally are underexposed to this asset class.
The graininess of some of these images (the result of processing underexposed film or enlarging cropped negatives) echoes both the aesthetic and the ethos of Jonas's work, with its feminist send-up of early Port-a-Pak video narcissism, while retaining giddy tinges of Carolee Schneemann's ebullient Fuses, 1964-67, which captured the filmmaker's delight at her newfound ability to document sex (and her own agency in recording it).
The true 120dB WDR ensures crisp images by balancing the lights, no matter it is in overexposed or underexposed light situations.
A lot has changed; the "ID2" crew included a digital imaging technician whose job it was to alert the DP if a shot was underexposed.
Vijay Mallya, for instance, has made himself grievously underexposed since he left the shores of India, invisible save for a single picture taken in the bar of his English villa.
Though Abstract Expressionists were the most established figures at the time, Gemini gravitated toward working with younger and underexposed artists--now all household names--including Man Ray, Josef Albers, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenberg, and Ed Ruscha.
If you are seeing artifacts such as banding and a "glow" at the edge of the frame, your images are underexposed.
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