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  • noun Plural form of overexposure.


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  • There are many economic and production-related reasons that filmmakers choose to shoot digital, but its flat, uncorrected look, muddy, half-visible blacks in low-light and clipped overexposures in the sun, are considered its flaws and carefully avoided.

    Paul Snyder: Public Enemies and the Invention of Video 2009

  • You will learn by costly overexposures that water views require much less light than landscapes.

    If You Don't Write Fiction Charles Phelps Cushing

  • The house was littered with reminders of the cult, books, papers, curious daubs of paintings handsomely framed, and photographs; hazy overexposures, I should have called them, but Mr. Vandam took great pride in them, and Kennedy quite won him over by his admiration for them.

    The Silent Bullet 1908

  • Under and overexposures are the most common problem in today's non-HDR capable cameras.

    unknown title 2011

  • Using taxpayer money to save this bank would be a waste of money given these overexposures.

    Financial Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha 2010

  • Benjamin Kanarek noted that the magazine relied on overexposures, filters and flattering poses (such as big smiles or using the hands to pull back skin and smooth out wrinkles), according to Styleite.

    StyleList Erin Donnelly 2010

  • All seven banks had overexposures to C&D and/or CRE loans with loan pipelines that were 85.1% to 100% funded.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha 2010

  • Establishes new requirements for approval of CPDMs, which will allow the operator to monitor dust levels in real-time and to immediately take corrective action to prevent overexposures.

    Reliable Plant Homepage RP news wires 2010

  • All four have overexposures to C&D and/or CRE loans.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha 2010

  • This is why TARP money should not be given to private bank ShoreBank of Chicago, a $2.28 billion community bank with extreme overexposures to C&D and

    Financial Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha 2010


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