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double exposure

Two exposures on one photographic or radiographic film or image.
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And an increase in cruising altitude from 36,000 feet (the peak altitude for many older jets) to 45,000 feet (the peak allowed many newer jets) can double exposures, Bramlitt says.
With low K1 193 nm photoresist processing, we've got the perfect storm: thinner more sensitive resists, longer double exposures, sub 10 nm CD budgets, and new amines in the manufacturing process," said Devon Kinkead, president and CEO of Extraction.
Master with double exposures, wall of custom closets and windowed bath in marble and granite.
It offers more advanced features than the rest including bulb, double exposures, macro mode and high performance flash, to capture better light, resulting in good looking photographs.
They rehearse the technical trickery so beloved of camera enthusiasts: soft-focus effects, double exposures, colored filters, and prismatic repetitions.
Follow the same procedure you used in the darkroom, but remember that frame-by-frame preflashing in the field requires taking double exposures.
Floor-to-ceiling window walls offer double exposures on both the second and third floors and open to two rear balconies on each floor.
In Mark Hughes, 1996, the weird double exposures of a tan, musclebound, white thong-bulging creature juxtapose his ghostly head near his package; they at once celebrate and discombobulate what are thought to be identifiable, even quantifiable, structures--masculinity, stardom, success.
The images, however, appear to be double exposures of foliage, cobwebs, or shadows and conjure some kind of tenuous southern Gothic atmosphere, like obscure details from a Sally Mann landscape.
The first-of-its-kind Porcelanosa-sheathed condominium was designed by Manuel Glas Architects and has 30 elegant condominium residences, including duplex homes with double exposures and 18 ft.