underexposure


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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.

underexposure

(ˌʌndərɪkˈspəʊʒə)
n
1. (Photography) photog
a. inadequate exposure to light
b. an underexposed negative, print, or transparency
2. insufficient attention or publicity

un•der•ex•po•sure

(ˌʌn dər ɪkˈspoʊ ʒər)

n.
1. inadequate exposure, as of photographic film.
2. a photographic negative or print that is imperfect because of insufficient exposure.
[1870–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.underexposure - the act of exposing film to too little light or for too short a timeunderexposure - the act of exposing film to too little light or for too short a time
exposure - the act of exposing film to light
2.underexposure - inadequate publicityunderexposure - inadequate publicity      
exposure - the act of subjecting someone to an influencing experience; "she denounced the exposure of children to pornography"
Translations

underexposure

[ˈʌnderɪksˈpəʊʒəʳ] N (Phot) → subexposición f

underexposure

[ˌʌndərɪkˈspəʊʒəʳ] n (Phot) → sottoesposizione f
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