Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Beware CNN, they are just trying to set you up so you will over-expose their activities in the future!
In a fashion culture obsessed with speed -- tweet it, blog it, over-expose it -- Ford, with a single request, slowed things down.
American doctors over-expose us to antibiotics because they write too many such drug pre$criptions in the dark.
Hence a stronger light must be used, or the action of the same light continued for a longer time; but the latter will not do since the effect would be to over-expose the shadows.
Bromide Printing and Enlarging A Practical Guide to the Making of Bromide Prints by Contact and Bromide Enlarging by Daylight and Artificial Light, With the Toning of Bromide Prints and Enlargements John A. Tennant
"We need to make sure that the controls are in place, that we look after them properly, that we don't over-expose them," he said.
The Guardian World News Alan Travis 2011
"Care must be taken to define vulnerable buildings in a way that does not over-expose the state to funding beyond the funds provided," stated a June 14, 2007, internal memo at the Department of Finance.
The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com The Huffington Post News Editors 2011
Point-blank shots often over-expose the subject when using a flash, so don't get too close.
Stuff.co.nz - Stuff 2010
As I said, I had to over-expose as I would need to up the contrast and adjust levels very strongly to get rid of the fog during PP - that is why I ddn't use the correct exposure as that would have just given flat and dull images with no contrast and still have fog in the shots.
As a result, tricky skies often over-expose, or the foreground under-exposes giving you your lovely sky.
Funny, I noticed the same thing and then watched as, of course, CNN, (Commie News Network) fell all over themselves to over-expose the "non-story" that it really was.
Latest Articles links below 2010