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10/18/2017 09:37:48 PM · #1
How about multiple exposures...advanced editing?
10/18/2017 09:44:48 PM · #2
That would require some kind of special rule to run under Standard editing, unless you mean Extended editing ... (there is no more "Advanced")
10/18/2017 10:44:40 PM · #3
Yes, I guess it would have to be Extended.
Thanks for the correction.
10/18/2017 10:44:57 PM · #4
Iíd like this. Brings back some HDR editing styles I was so terrible at when I first tried it.
10/18/2017 10:56:36 PM · #5
Originally posted by mbrutus2009:

Iíd like this. Brings back some HDR editing styles I was so terrible at when I first tried it.

HDR is legal under Standard as long as it is a static scene with different exposures. A "Multiple Exposure" suggests a combination of more than one scene.
10/18/2017 11:06:33 PM · #6
I like combining exposures. Sounds good to me.
10/18/2017 11:52:16 PM · #7
I like this too. (Don't make us do it in camera.)
10/19/2017 12:02:24 AM · #8
minimal in camera
10/19/2017 12:54:42 AM · #9
would love to do minimal in camera. well, it's what I do anyway.
10/19/2017 01:09:02 AM · #10
yeah why need to stress over PP LR Nik whatever... :)
10/19/2017 08:49:14 AM · #11
Originally posted by tnun:

would love to do minimal in camera. well, it's what I do anyway.


Not everyone has the ability to do HDR on camera. I have a Nikon D 7000 it will not do in camera but I can do HDR.

Can we just make this an HDR challenge?
10/19/2017 08:54:35 AM · #12
Originally posted by Ja-9:


Can we just make this an HDR challenge?

Why? Multiple exposures is not the same as HDR. And as far as I'm aware, the Nikon D7000 is capable of doing multiple exposure in camera. Go to the Shooting Menu, and from there select multiple exposures, set the number you want and there you are. The camera then does the job of combining the images.

For HDR you need multiple exposures for sure, but there are many other outcomes.

Message edited by author 2017-10-19 08:56:19.
10/19/2017 09:33:57 AM · #13
Janine check your menu on the D7000. I'll bet you have the option. I have a 7200 and I have it.

This is what I was thinking of...check out this woman's work. https://1x.com/photo/1147827
10/19/2017 09:49:37 AM · #14
If you require this to be done in-camera you are cutting out a large number of potential participants.

IMO HDR does not "qualify" as "multiple exposure" -- one requires an unchanging scene and the other requires blending of two (or more) scenes.
10/19/2017 11:46:13 AM · #15
I like this...would be interesting to vote on too.

Originally posted by GeneralE:

If you require this to be done in-camera you are cutting out a large number of potential participants.

IMO HDR does not "qualify" as "multiple exposure" -- one requires an unchanging scene and the other requires blending of two (or more) scenes.
10/19/2017 11:50:24 AM · #16
Originally posted by MeMex2:

Janine check your menu on the D7000. I'll bet you have the option. I have a 7200 and I have it.

This is what I was thinking of...check out this woman's work. https://1x.com/photo/1147827


fixed link...
10/19/2017 12:01:12 PM · #17
thanks for fixing the link Rachel.
Carla's work is what I had in mind.
10/19/2017 12:46:48 PM · #18
Ahhh double exposure...canít do in Advanced/Standard...has to be Expert...???
10/19/2017 12:57:47 PM · #19
Originally posted by Ja-9:

Ahhh double exposure...canít do in Advanced/Standard...has to be Expert...???

Yes, I mentioned that earlier ... it could be done under Standard with a Special Rule allowing making a composite of two images.
10/19/2017 01:14:35 PM · #20
clarification: we are calling this multiple exposure and not just double?
10/19/2017 01:31:14 PM · #21
Originally posted by tnun:

clarification: we are calling this multiple exposure and not just double?

Whoever suggests/writes the "Special Rule" gets to decide that ... personally I think there should also be a restriction that entire frames must be combined (assuming compositing in PP, not just in-camera, is allowed).
10/19/2017 01:42:51 PM · #22
I like that, general, about entire frames being combined; it equalizes the incameraers and the ppers.
10/19/2017 03:09:42 PM · #23
...like sandwiched negatives in the darkroom.
10/19/2017 03:56:56 PM · #24
but we can crop the result?
10/19/2017 04:01:01 PM · #25
Originally posted by tnun:

but we can crop the result?

Sure -- I just want to avoid people cutting snippets from one image and pasting into another. The PP should face the same limitations as if making the multiple exposure in-camera.
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