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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 many of her projects, she utilises the double exposure method, which places her at the forefront of modern art and design.
There's also a double exposure mode which lets you superimpose two images on a single film.
One simple departure from this conventional approach is to make two exposures instead of one--the in-camera double exposure. This entails making one sharply focused exposure of your subject followed by a much softer one without making any changes to the composition or framing.
Tenders are invited for dismantling, packaging, transport and return service of double exposure of the exhibition "olga sacharoff: painting, poetry and emancipation", produced by the dart museum in girona.
Double exposure has been a thing for several years now.
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You can experiment with a variety of filter effects such as Glamour Glow, HDR Scape, Drama, Grainy Film, Vintage, Noir, Frames and Double Exposure, among others.
The GIF Mode lets you make short, looping GIFs, while the Double Exposure mode, as the name would suggest, lets you take double exposure photographs.
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Combined with features such as Double Exposure' and Panorama', the OPPO Neo 5s ensures it has all your photography requirements covered.
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Double Exposure: Through the African American Lens is the first book introducing a major new series based on the photo collection at the Earl W.