double exposure


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double exposure

n
1. (Photography) the act or process of recording two superimposed images on a photographic medium, usually done intentionally to produce a special effect
2. (Photography) the photograph resulting from such an act

dou′ble expo′sure


n.
1. the act of exposing the same photographic film, plate, etc., twice.
2. the picture resulting from this.
[1890–95]
Translations

double exposure

n (Phot) → sovrimpressione f
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The RE was revealed during HTC's Double Exposure event which also saw the debut of the Desire Eye smartphone with a 13 MP front camera.
At its much hyped Double Exposure event, HTC unveiled 'Desire Eye', a selfie-smartphone featuring 13MP front and rear cameras with dual LED flash.
With their fragmentary vistas, tight cropping, varying depths of field, and, in one case, double exposure, the images in his most recent portfolio, Springtime on Stage, 2005, contrast greatly with the "gestaltist" manner in which one typically encounters his art in a quasi-clinical gallery setting.
Foyer, hallway leading to a corner double exposure bedroom and separate windowed bathroom.
9 -- Yesterday we saw HTC unveil the Desire Eye at the company's Double Exposure event in New York and as the name suggests, the phone's main USP is its front camera which is a 13MP sensor with a dual-LED flash.
This first step, transposition of three-dimensional details into two-dimensional formats, initiates the disorientation of scale on which Ross's pictorial realm is premised, while also introducing optical effects and anomalies--lately, double exposure has become the most pronounced of these--that further estrange his already peculiar motifs.
The company has already sent out invitations to the press with a message stating "Double Exposure", suggesting a camera-centric smartphone.
This exhibition includes a portrait of Xie Kitchin, one of Dodgson's favorite models, asleep on a chaise; a double exposure of another child that shows both dreamer and dream; and a picture of Alice asleep in a garden.
The company has sent out invitations to the press with a message stating - Double Exposure, and has sought selfies from the invitees along with their RSVPs.
Sometimes, as in two images titled Gyratory, City Centre, 1993, all this adds up to a kind of visual din you'd swear could only have been produced by an elaborate mix of double exposure and montage; but the mechanism can also be quite subtle, as in Kirkby, ca.
Expansive living and entertaining space encompassing a corner living room with double exposure, a dining area, quietly surrounded by a sleek open kitchen, with all opening into the adjacent media room, also with a double exposure.
The repetitive structures of the patterns in these large-scale photographs--high-contrast black-and-whites, jarringly bright C-prints--are duplicated in Eyre's treatment of her own body, which she habitually doubles or triples, presumably through the use of double exposure. She shows us twins, often standing in the same poses.