Overexpose

Photography

More time at a given light, or more light for a given time. Usually measured in 'stops'. 1 Stop = 2x previous amount of exposure.

Everything Else

Too much of anything or everything can have hazardous effects for the mind and body. Or it might provide good sensations.

O`ver*ex*pose" (?), v. t.

To expose excessively; specif. (Photog.),

to subject (a plate or film) too long to the actinic action of the light used in producing a picture. -- O`ver*ex*po"sure (#), n.

 

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