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double exposure

Two exposures on one photographic or radiographic film or image.
See also: exposure
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His topics include double exposure and network economics, the equilibrium of trophic and ecological networks, the Peruvian puzzle, the worldwide supply chain for tuna, and the coexistence of small and big fish.
A horizontal double exposure made in successive years--the paper was first exposed at one orientation, then flipped for the next--and processed later, the piece can be viewed from any angle.
For McCarter, Friday, March 8, 2013 was indeed a double exposure kind of day.
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No digital manipulation, no double exposure negatives.
possibility to reconstruct images from 2D to 3D in acquisitions so as to avoid the double exposure to the patient.
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Qatar-based Doha Bank is projecting to launch more branches in India and double exposure to $5 billion in next three years.
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Written for readers age twelve to adult, Double Exposure is an original novel about gender and identity.