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over-exposureˌover-exˈposure noun [uncountable]  1 TCPwhen too much light, radiation etc reaches someone’s skin, a photographic film etc and is harmful2 when someone receives too much attention from television, the newspapers etc
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over-exposureThere is already an over-exposure of well-known tunes upon which some new texts have come to rely.A series of half-stop under- and over-exposure gradations will usually produce one frame which is satisfactory for each.However, over-exposure to the sun or insufficient protection is a major cause of premature skin ageing.It is very important that you don't allow impatience to tempt you into over-exposure and sunburn.Shoot against light backgrounds to lower the exposure and reduce the risk of over-exposure on highlights.A possible third - over-exposure to specialised and/or volatile funds, can be eliminated simply by being cautious.
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