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02/11/2004 07:55:23 AM · #1
This might be a dumb question, but is there anyway to do a double exposure with a digital camera or at least with any of the high end cameras? I understand that it's a stupid feature due to photoshop and the fact that you can make it perfect in that enviorment where it's a crap-shoot in the camera, but the DPChallenge rules made me think about it.

Just kind of a randomn though.
02/11/2004 07:58:52 AM · #2
Depends on what you call 'high-end'. My Fuji 602 could do it (shameless link to profile :) ' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_challenge/125/thumb/32796.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_challenge/125/thumb/32796.jpg', '/') + 1) . '
02/11/2004 08:24:47 AM · #3
Also, a lot of people achieve the same thing through a long exposure in a darkened room with multiple strobe flashes - like this one, for example:
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02/11/2004 09:11:03 AM · #4
I think the fuji S2 allows as many multiple exposures as you want.

I bought a Rebel Ti mainly for this purpose though...
02/11/2004 11:43:21 AM · #5
There's also the non-DPC legal, post-processing approach of combining two images after the fact by using layers in PS. This removes the need to take the 2 images sequentially as well. I don't know if any digital camera will allow a 2nd exposure to be superimposed on any recorded image in memory other than the previous exposure.

With film cameras, some have a multiple exposure setting that will allow the shutter to be cocked without advancing the film. You can also run the same roll through the camera two or more times. You do need to be careful about registration of the frames (it can be done with a reasonable measure of precision).

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