transitive + intransitive
: to adjust excessively
overadjust to temporary conditions Overadjusting the brightness or contrast can hide background features …—Kaoru Sakabe Print and screen are different mediums. But Persuasion, the first production from PBS' Complete Jane Austen, badly overadjusts, adding so many fussy modern flourishes and out-of-place romantic gestures it almost undermines the inherent beauty of Austen's work.—Robert Bianco
"The first time you go through a rough time, you tend to make overadjustments and you analyze too much."