Triple exposure experiment

Triple exposure experiment

2008 april (published 2008-04-19 11:47)
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  • It's hard to make out.. well, maybe it's just abstract. Nice!
    Milla Valkeasuo @ 2008-04-20 21:37
  • It's just something I got playing with the multi-exposure mode on my camera. Three more or less random shots exposed on top of each other: Poetry magnets, a heap of clothes and me.
    pni @ 2008-04-20 21:58
  • Interesting. So far I've to hear about a ditial camera capable of multiple exposure on the same frame. A feature I've longed for on several occasions, and a feature there simply isn't a reason why it shouldn't be implemented.

    Ofcourse, I'm only assuming it's a digital camera.
    Nikke @ 2008-04-21 07:58
  • You assume correctly. I don't know which cameras have this ability, but obviously some Nikon models do.

    Multiple exposure in a digital camera feels maybe a bit pointless, since you can create the same effect in Photoshop. There is a difference though: multiple exposure in camera is a bit more exiting (and fun) since you have a bit less control over the process and that brings out the element of surprise.
    pni @ 2008-04-21 08:23
  • Certainly pointless if you:

    - have the time
    - have the energy
    - are not lazy in general

    I'd say Joe Average would never make a double exposure in Photoshop. Most probably not using his camera either, but he might if he stumbles onto it by accident.

    Anyway, just because I think it would be so easy to implement it is why I've been wondering why the feature has been missing.

    And doing it in-camera is way cooler than Photoshop (IMHO) ;-)
    Nikke @ 2008-04-21 11:19
  • I agree: in-camera multiple exposures are cooler.
    pni @ 2008-04-21 12:19
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