overlight


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overlight

A horizontal rectangular light, 2 directly above a door.
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Alternately bouncing light off shiny, uneven surfaces and radiating it from within, the "Overlight" paintings appear paradoxically solid and penetrable.
"People tend to overlight rooms," explains Laurence.
The entrance hall has a six-paneled door with traceried overlight and a mosaic-tiled floor.
Jensen's lensing to overlight. Marcus Miller's score sounds like a half-hearted attempt to revive the '70s.
The first being an overlight or unsafe trigger pull which could cause the gun to go off inadvertently.
"I think photographers tend to many times overlight and overcontrol situations, and they miss the fact that what matters most is the moment.