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double-exposure

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  • noun Alternative form of double exposure.

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Examples

  • Sjöström creates his ghost images using double-exposure in scenes at once hauntingly beautiful and unforgettably creepy.

    The Horror, at Home

  • Lucy Skaer's 16mm film collides St Kilda with Mount Stuart through dream-like double-exposure for Gill Clarke's exploration of gravity.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • As soon as filmmakers learned about double-exposure, souls started leaving bodies; subconscious fears became flesh; the biggest bad guys were bonked on the head, if only in a poor tramp's fantasies.

    'Inception': To Dream, Perchance to Sleep

  • As soon as filmmakers learned about double-exposure, souls started leaving bodies; subconscious fears became flesh; the biggest bad guys were bonked on the head, if only in a poor tramp's fantasies.

    The Fog of Film

  • The image is a double-exposure -- otherwise Tesla would have risked getting barbecued by the discharges, which ran to more than a million volts ...

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • "Dennis Hopper," a 1990 work exhibiting a hallucinatory, double-exposure effect, sold to another telephone bidder for $9,375 on a $4,000-6,000 estimate.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • This book, this slender plaything of an excursion, is, perhaps, the most transgressive experiment she ever made: the merging of a double-exposure portrait, in the vernacular of her paternal inheritance, as a kind of talisman of hopefulness and carefree abandon toward something better than a brightening future - rather a glorious, trustworthy present.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The qawwali musicians returned onstage, and from there it was like a double-exposure: percussion overlapping Asia and Africa, singers from both groups pulling the melodies toward their own idioms.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The qawwali musicians returned onstage, and from there it was like a double-exposure: percussion overlapping Asia and Africa, singers from both groups pulling the melodies toward their own idioms.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Soft focusing, full double-exposure capability, intense vignetting, and unpredictable light leaks all contribute to the Holga's incredible photo effects ...

    videosaver.net

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