Exposure

Exposure control is used to compensate poor light conditions such as strong backlighting, low contrast and insufficient ambient light. It compensates in steps of 0.5 EV

Exposure

The amount of radiation or pollutant present in a given environment that represents a potential health threat to living organisms.
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exposure

[Noun] To let film be changed by light to show an image in photography.
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Exposure

The quantity of light allowed to act on a photographic material; the lens aperture controls intensity or amount of light, and the shutter speed (or the enlarger timer in printing) controls the time. (See Aperture, Shutter speed & Over exposed )
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exposure

[n] - the intensity of light falling on a photographic film or plate 2. [n] - the disclosure of something secret 3. [n] - aspect re light or wind 4. [n] - vulnerability to the elements 5. [n] - the act of exposing film to light 6. [n] - presentation to view in an open or public manner 7. [n] - abandoning without shelt...
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Exposure

(Digital cameras and photo printers) During exposure, the sensors on the CCD (or chemicals on the film in analogue models) are subjected to the light outside the camera for a certain time.
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Exposure

A person's physical contact with an advertising medium or message. In the case of television, exposure to an advertising spot is treated as equal to the measured audience for that spot.
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Exposure

The proportion of a share portfolio at risk in a certain area. So of you have half of your portfolio... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/exposure.htm?id=1696&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of exposure'>more</a>
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Exposure

the level of a substance, for example a chemical, that a person or animal may be subjected to intentionally or non-intentionally. People can be exposed to substances through food, water and their environment.
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Exposure

Illumination of light-sensitive material or a measure of of time and intensity of illumination.
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Exposure

The portion of the roofing exposed to the weather after installation.
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Exposure

1. The act of letting light fall on a light sensitive material 2. The amount of light that passes through a lens (either a camera or photographic paper) to form an image. In the camera, too much light causes overexposure-this makes negative film look too dark and reversal film look too light. Underexposure (too little light) has the reverse effect....
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Exposure

Ex·po'sure noun [ From Expose .] 1. The act of exposing or laying open, setting forth, laying bare of protection, depriving of care or concealment, or setting out to reprobation or contempt. « The exposure of Fuller . . . put an end to the practices of that vile tribe. ...
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exposure

<radiobiology> A quantitative measure of x or gamma radiation at a certain place, based on its ability to produce ionisation in air. The former special unit of exposure was the roentgen (R). 1R = 2.58 x 10-4 C/kg. In the international system (SI unit), the special unit is coulomb per kilogram. (Exposure also is frequently used as a synonym fo...
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exposure

noun vulnerability to the elements; to the action of heat or cold or wind or rain; `exposure to the weather` or `they died from exposure`;
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exposure

noun aspect re light or wind; `the studio had a northern exposure`
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exposure

noun the disclosure of something secret; `they feared exposure of their campaign plans`
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exposure

noun the intensity of light falling on a photographic film or plate; `he used the wrong exposure`
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exposure

(ek-spo´zhәr) the act of laying open, as surgical exposure. the condition of being subjected to something, as to infectious agents or extremes of weather or radiation, which may have a harmful effect. in radiology, a measure of the amount of ionizing radiation at the surface of the irra...
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Exposure

• (n.) The act of exposing or laying open, setting forth, laying bare of protection, depriving of care or concealment, or setting out to reprobation or contempt. • (n.) Position as to points of compass, or to influences of climate, etc. • (n.) The exposing of a sensitized plate to the action of light. • (n.) The state of being e...
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exposure

(from the article `burial`) Placing the body where it may be eaten by scavenging birds and animals or weathered to its essential elements has been held by many groups to be the ...
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exposure

(from the article `human disease`) Among physical injuries are injuries caused by cold or heat. Prolonged exposure of tissue to freezing temperatures causes tissue damage known as ... Figure 1 summarizes the conditions of exposure to toxicants.The second important condition of exposure is frequency: acute (single exposure), subchronic (...
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exposure

(from the article `photography, technology of`) ...in or behind the lens or a system of blinds positioned in front of the film. It can be made to open for a predetermined time to expose the film to ... any of various complex photographic cameras that are designed to record a succession of images on a reel of film that is repositioned af...
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Exposure

See exchange rate exposure.
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Exposure

Consumers who have seen (or heard) a media vehicle, whether or not they paid attention to it.
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