Multiple Exposures are definitely on my list of favorite things about photography. There is an ethereal and magical quality to them. Below I will share with you a helpful in camera double exposure tutorial for both film cameras and digital cameras with some tips and examples.

Since I’m a hybrid shooter and adore both film and digital cameras for a host of reasons, I love when a technique can be applied with both types of cameras. Multiple exposures originated with film photography when one exposure was made on a film frame and then, rather than advancing to the next frame, an additional exposure was made on the same frame of the film. It’s important to note this because some of the more automatic film cameras advance immediately after the shot is taken.



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