- the act of presenting a photosensitive surface to rays of light.
- the total amount of light received by a photosensitive surface or an area of such a surface, expressed as the product of the degree of illumination and the period of illumination.
- the image resulting from the effects of light rays on a photosensitive surface.
Examples from the Web for self-exposure
How has your sense of the art of self-exposure evolved since then?Daphne Merkin on Lena Dunham, Book Criticism, and Self-Examination|Mindy Farabee|December 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When did promoting a novel become such an embarrassing exercise in self-exposure?
The luxury of self-exposure kept her almost happy through the long evening.A Room With A View|E. M. Forster
For what must these clumsy attempts of feminine scientificality and self-exposure bring to light!Beyond Good and Evil|Friedrich Nietzsche
With this self-exposure the direct Poe-quality of the technique comes to an end.The Art Of The Moving Picture|Vachel Lindsay
Ann Eliza stood burning with the shame of Evelina's self-exposure.Bunner Sisters|Edith Wharton
Or is it modesty, the fear of giving himself away, and of self-exposure?The Growth of a Soul|August Strindberg
British Dictionary definitions for self-exposure
- the act of exposing a photographic film or plate to light, X-rays, etc
- an area on a film or plate that has been exposed to light, etc
- (as modifier)exposure control
- the intensity of light falling on a photographic film or plate multiplied by the time for which it is exposed
- a combination of lens aperture and shutter speed used in taking a photographhe used the wrong exposure