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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Living room offers double exposure. Dining room, windowed eat-in kitchen, office and laundry room with a Bosch washer and dryer which.
Living room offers double exposure. Dining room and living room, windowed eat-in kitchen, office and a laundry room with a Bosch washer and dryer.
In the photograph, a double exposure with panoramic illusions, are several ripe-looking Latino kids goofing around a public pool in bathing suits or trunks and towels.
Living room, double exposure windows in the master bedroom, hardwood flooring.
The layout is open and flowing with a double exposure dining room, expansive living room, and a majestic foyer from which to greet guests.
To mark the occasion, the company has worked with artist Birgit Palma to create innovative 'double exposure' photos of its new hybrid compact SUV at a special '#NextAwaits Kona Hybrid Project' launch workshop in Hamburg, Germany, which attracted key creative influencers from across Europe.
A superbly crafted suspense thriller of a read from cover to cover, "Double Exposure" by the team of Alfred Gough and Miles Millar will prove to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to community library collections.
Photographer Amna Yaseen has used double exposure technique to draw attention towards rapid deforestation, invasion of open spaces, excessive consumption of fossil fuel, land erosion and other issues.
The photographer Amna Yaseen used the double exposure technique to draw attention towards rapid deforestation, invasion of open spaces, excessive consumption of fossil fuels and land erosion etc that threaten our survival.
The lost books van Straten is searching for are divided into eight chapters: Romano Bilenchi's The Avenue, Lord Byron's Memoirs, Ernest Hemingway's Juvenilia (the contents of the infamous lost suitcase), Bruno Schulz's The Messiah, Nikolai Gogol's second part of Dead Souls, Malcolm Lowry's In Ballast to the White Sea, the contents of a black suitcase Walter Benjamin was carrying at the time of his death, and, finally, Sylvia Plath's Double Exposure. Most of these will be known to the well read, but others, like the Bilenchi text, may be new to the reader.
With the Double Exposure Mode, you just need to press the shutter twice to capture an artistic shot with two images in the same print.
There's also a double exposure mode to superimpose two images on one film, a macro mode for close-ups as well as a landscape mode.