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double exposure

[¦dəb·əl ik′spō·zhər]
(graphic arts)
The act of recording two images on top of each other completely or in part.
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Double Exposure presents the history of African-American photography in thematic sections as opposed to a strict chronology.
CONTACT: Leigh Ann Barnes, Double Exposure Communications, +1-610-308-4200, for Hamilton Jewelers
The repetitive structures of the patterns in these large-scale photographs--high-contrast black-and-whites, jarringly bright C-prints--are duplicated in Eyre's treatment of her own body, which she habitually doubles or triples, presumably through the use of double exposure.
CONTACT: Leigh Ann Barnes of Double Exposure Communications, +1-610-308-4200, for Suburban Square
E[acute accent]Healthcare facilities; insurance companies; educational institutions; and any other type of business that routinely copies ID cards, driver's licenses or insurance cards can benefit from the double exposure feature, which allows both sides of a document to be copied onto the same side of a sheet of paper.
The tony tower that was built to mirror the environment of the famous Tucson spa resort, is the venue for this summer's Bravo TV hit, Double Exposure.
Robby's double-duty will provide double exposure for the Cingular brand," said Daryl Evans, Vice President, Advertising for Cingular.
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.
Healthcare facilities; insurance companies; educational institutions; and any other type of business that routinely copy ID cards, driver's licenses or insurance cards can benefit from the DP-2330 and DP-3030's double exposure feature, which allows both sides of a document to be copied onto the same side of a sheet of paper.
Among the DP-190's more unique and cost-efficient features is Double Exposure, which allows small double-sided originals such as ID and insurance cards, receipts and canceled checks to be automatically copied onto one side of a single sheet of paper.
Through its increased stakes in Coface and Euler, in addition to its own credit and surety reinsurance business, SCOR subjects its net income to a double exposure to credit earnings, which are prone to significant volatility.