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Exposure is the result of to uncover, make visible, bring to daylight, introduce to.

It may refer to:

  • Publicity, an activity designed to rouse public interest
  • Outing, exposure of someone's secret sexual orientation
  • In climbing, the state of openness with relation to the distance of a fall (see glossary of climbing terms)
  • In geology, an occurrence of a rock at the Earth's surface - an outcrop.

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Biology

Photography

  • Exposure (photography), the total amount of light allowed to fall on the sensor during the taking of a photograph
  • Exposure value, a value given to all combinations of camera shutter speed and aperture that gives the same exposure
  • Exposure latitude, the range of light intensities that a camera can capture
  • Multiple exposure, an exposure in which the sensitivity to light is reduced and then increased at least once during the total exposure time

Law

  • Abandonment: multiple meanings in law
  • Exposure is one form of infanticide practised in cultures throughout history, by leaving the baby in the open
  • Indecent exposure, the display of unclothed parts of the human body that is against local custom and law
  • Potential for damages
  • An insurance company's potential to provide coverage under an insurance policy

Music

Media

Finance

  • Market exposure, a measure of the proportion of money invested in the same industry sector
  • Investment, a financial holding in a particular market sector

Psychology

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