Overexposed Sentence Examples
The three shots were photographed in the slightly overexposed, hot look Soderbergh had designed for the movie.
Immediately the camera's viewfinder showed a grossly overexposed image.
Dont get too close to your subject; the flash power can be so strong that your subject is completely overexposed.
She's just overexposed in more ways than one... Brad Pitt or Justin Timberlake?
Quick fixes, which can be found on this demo site, include how to fix an underexposed or overexposed photograph, accurate resizing techniques, masking and montage techniques and even subtler editing tricks like selecting a subject's hair.Advertisement
All of this, she said, was "embarrassing," especially when she accidentally overexposed herself at a party in front of cameras that same year.
In general, mineral toxicity results when a person accidentally consumes too much of any mineral, as with drinking ocean water (sodium toxicity), or is overexposed to industrial pollutants, household chemicals, or certain drugs.
Jogger swimsuits are a terrific option for those who don't like to feel constricted by their swim styles, and moreover, those who prefer a stylish, yet sporty look, over some of the more overexposed pieces on the market.
Candor, on the other hand, is when you reveal deeply personal information without fear of being judged or feeling overexposed and vulnerable.
Candor on the other hand, is when deeply personal information is shared without fear of being judged or feeling overexposed and vulnerable.Advertisement
Unfortunately, the narrow focus of the show can be a turnoff for some, because the show rarely features strong "B" storylines, making some fans feel that the core characters are sometimes overexposed.
Earning top honors for 2006 are pals Paris Hilton and Britney Spears, described by Mr. Blackwell as "two peas in an overexposed pod."