- n the act of exposing film to too little light or for too short a time
- n inadequate publicity
- In a slick piece of reverse psychology, he strives for underexposure: while most politicians crave attention, Bush made a conscious decision before his Inauguration to avoid .
- The music of Tchaikovsky can hardly be said to have suffered over the years from underexposure.
- Jean-Claude Juncker in Wall Street Journal
Referring to the coalition government's tax-cut proposals, Juncker said: "There is an underexposure of consolidation elements in the coalition program and the expansive elements are too prominent."