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Multiple Exposures for Digital

Discussion in 'Digital photography' started by adamman, Nov 1, 2004.

  1. adamman

    adamman Member

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    I have a Nikon D1X and was wondering if anyone knows how to do a multiple exposure on one photo. With a 35mm, you can roll it back one spot and take another photo to make a double exposure. Does anyone know how to do this on a digital camera? I know I could do it on photoshop, but can it be done other ways?
     
  2. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    With digital cameras, you can hold frames and double, triple or up to 9 times usually, expose the image. Ok, we know that a Digital camera doesnt exactly work in that manner, but with cameras such as the Pro 1 from Canon, and the SLR D range, it can be done.

    Your other options is as u suggested using Photoshop. This would be my prefered option as it allows you greater control over the image.
     
  3. Prisoner

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    I have only seen that feature on D-SLR, I am not sure if other digitals have them. I would say take a bunch of photos and use an imaging software to edit it. Lots of free ones out there that could do that.
     

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