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- n. Alternative form of time exposure.
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Sun, and in time-exposure photographs the tail is already a few degrees long.
He had cleverly arranged it so that when the cord was pulled that set the cartridge off it also caused the time-exposure arrangement on the camera to work.
Scattered and shifting observations produce hazy impressions just as a moving camera spoils the time-exposure.
For a space of three seconds the entire party behaved as if it were being photographed under time-exposure.
A Geminid meteor streaks across the night sky, with circular star trails whirling the background, in a time-exposure photo made by astronomer Jimmy Westlake in December 1985.
Stars whirl over the 200-inch Hale Telescope's dome in a time-exposure photo.
Photographer Documents Secret Satellites -- All 189 of Them : Art Photographer Documents Secret Satellites All 189 of Them By Bryan Gardiner 06.21.08 Artist Trevor Paglen's time-exposure photographs show the streaks of light left by classified satellites.