I knew we could do this in Photoshop with layers... or long exposures with flash... but I didn't know this was an ooc function as well.davejdoe said:Just figured out how to accomplish this on my 6D (I'm behind the times here) Looking for some inspiration...
Only a few cameras have a double exposure function. I used to do some using my Bronica 645. Did some decent bride pictures that way. The technique used by Surapon, very effectively, is similar to what we old timers called painting with light. We would find a location (glass church in Palos Verdes, CA, was a good one), a dark night, set up camera/cameras on tripod, open shutter and one of us would illuminate various areas of the subject with, usually, a large flashlight, like a camping flashlight, or occasionally a couple of flash bulbs (strobes weren't used as much in those days). Ah, I guess I'm caught up tripping down memory lane. I do hope the 7DII, or whatever it is called, has a double exposure capability.jdramirez said:
This video was interesting. I did not realize you could load a photo stored on the card some time later and still add the second exposure. I assumed it was like film where you had to do two in a row on the same "frame" before moving on to another shot.mackguyver said:I haven't tried this yet, but I thought these shots were really cool: