double exposure


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double exposure

Two exposures on one photographic or radiographic film or image.
See also: exposure
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The trend is a hybrid from Double Exposure and Duotone, plus using colour channels.
While Imogene is fun, Double Exposure is a more serious read.
2) His warning is especially appropriate in evaluating the 'trick' or double exposure photograph of Richard Mansfield in his signature role as Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from his highly successful adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr.
JOURNAL photographer Lewis Arnold is getting double exposure after winning a top film competition.
This often leads to double exposure in that we walk in the past and the present simultaneously.
A photograph of a woman reading is not the same as a photograph of a woman reading a book whose title we can see, a title that induces a double exposure through the lens of memory.
With Gemma Craven, Richard Chamberlain and Michael Hordern 1976 hhh Columbo: Double Exposure (UTV, 2.
Resolve behind map: Men felling trees DOUBLE EXPOSURE to Oxen drawing logs.
Stephen McNally's spectral shot of Perch Rock Lighthouse at first glance looks like a double exposure as the building appears to hover on the sea line.
It uses the double exposure method, when the object is lighted by two different light sources (difuse-light and back-light) to detect all possible defects on anode surface and to criticise quality of welding.
In search of creative inspiration, we turned to Vancouver writer Bob Robertson, member of the famed comedy group Double Exposure, for a story.
This way they can avoid the risk of double exposure by choosing not to put money into the same investment vehicles that their pension fund is already investing in, such as the more traditional property or share options.