Exposure

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Exposure or Exposures may refer to:

People[edit]

  • The Exposures, a pseudonym for German electronic musician Jan Jeline

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Films[edit]

Literature[edit]

Music[edit]

Albums[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • "Exposure", a song from Projector by Dark Tranquillity
  • "Exposure", a song from the self-titled 1978 album Peter Gabriel

Photography[edit]

  • Exposure (photography), the quantity of light or other radiation reaching a photographic film
  • Exposure value, a value given to all combinations of camera shutter speed and aperture that gives the same exposure

Television[edit]

Series[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Law[edit]

Science and medicine[edit]

Biology and healthcare[edit]

  • Exposure, in biology, contact of an organism with a harmful agent, e.g., chemicals
  • Exposure, in medicine, poor health or death due to lack of protection from extreme weather or dangerous substances, e.g., from hypothermia or sunburn
  • Exposure assessment, in epidemiology and risk assessment
  • Exposure therapy, a treatment method for anxiety disorders
  • Mere-exposure effect, a psychological artefact

Geology and topography[edit]

  • Exposure (heights), in climbing and hiking, a terrain likely to cause injury when falling
  • Exposure, in geology, an occurrence of a rock at the Earth's surface, an outcrop

Other uses in science and medicine[edit]

  • Exposure, in physics (in particular beam experiments or flux measurements), the product of the detector mass times the duration of the experiment, sometimes also multiplied by a measure of the intensity of the incoming flux
  • Radiant exposure, the radiant energy received by a surface per unit area, or equivalently the irradiance of a surface integrated over time of irradiation
  • Radiation exposure, a measure of the ionization of air due to ionizing radiation from photons, that is, gamma rays and X-rays

Other uses[edit]

  • Exposure, an insurance company's potential to provide coverage under an insurance policy
  • Indecent exposure, the display of unclothed parts of the human body that is against local custom and law
  • Infant exposure, a form of child abandonment
  • Market exposure, a measure of the proportion of money invested in the same industry sector
  • Publicity, an activity designed to rouse public interest and gain attention

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