Composite-print



noun
1.
Movies. a positive print having the picture and soundtrack placed side by side on the same strand of film after all postproduction work on picture and sound has been completed.
2.
Photography. See under .
noun
1.
a photograph characterized by overlapping or juxtaposed images resulting from a multiple exposure or the combining of negatives (composite print)
noun
1.
a photograph formed by superimposing two or more separate photographs

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