overexposure

  1. exposure to too much light or for too long a time
  2. the act of exposing film to too much light or for too long a time

overexposure

[n] - the act of exposing film to too much light or for too long a time 2. [n] - the act of exposing someone excessively to an influencing experience
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Overexposure

(Digital cameras and photo printers) When a shot receives too much light so that the photo is too bright and colours are bleached out.
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Overexposure

A condition in which too much light reaches the film, producing a dense negative or a very bright/light print or slide. To give more than normal exposure to film or paper. The resulting silver is often too great for best results.
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overexposure

noun the act of exposing film to too much light or for too long a time
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Overexposure

To give more than normal exposure to film or paper. The resulting silver is often too great for best results
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Overexposure

Filming a scene with more light than the emulsion of the film can easily tollerate. The image will be too light and there will be less depth of field than if the lens had been set correctly. If compensated for in printing, the image will appear contrasty
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Overexposure

A pale representation of the filmed image. It usually has a washed-out appearance caused by the film being open to excessive amounts of light. The excess is either caused by an illuminary effect or camera mismanagement in which the lens is too wide or the apertaure is open for too extensive a period of time
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