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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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In this small, three-gallery show curated by Malcolm Daniel and Maria Morris Hambourg, one sees evidence of that attitude in the photographs' courting of mistakes, as in the accidentally electric orange of several dancer solarizations and the double exposures of the Taschereau and Niaudet clan, with their overlays of phantom faces.
The master bedroom has double exposures overlooking Park Avenue and a custom walk-in closet.
The same reproachful archival photographs dissolve into Edenic landscapes of trees and water in Leah King-Smith's large Cibachrome double exposures.
The fully renovated home has a large living room with double exposures that flows into a dedicated dining area, beyond which is the open chef's kitchen.
In black and white, split screens, grainy textures, overlit figures, double exposures, fades even within frames, and of course super-fast cutting are used smartly.
Corner 764 s/f one bedroom in The Sheffield with large windows with double exposures.
18B is a 1,995 s/f home with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a living area featuring double exposures, private terrace.
The two-bedroom duplex penthouse features double exposures and 17-foot ceilings.
Each residence is endowed with generous proportions, and nearly all have double exposures for abundant natural light.