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This is a discussion on Multiple exposure - September 2010 within the Level 2 photography assignments forums, part of the Photo assignments category; Really nice start bambi and this shot fits perfectly. The position of the reddish door within the white doorframe. I'm ...

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    Really nice start bambi and this shot fits perfectly. The position of the reddish door within the white doorframe.

    I'm going to assume that a few members have never done multiple exposures, so a small hint might be not to have both (or more photos) be 'busy' as 2 busy photos layered, in my experience does not work as well as 'less busy' photos that are layered.....if that makes any sense.
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    So my first attempt at this was a bit futile..still trying to figure out how to do it in camera. Realized I need to haul out a tripod and I ate my subject before I figured out how to make this all work nicely.
    Once I figured it out I realized it is a fairly easy process with the K7 after all, just was a bit toooo eager and hungry!
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    I was photographing the art at work and at the end of the night got Patrick to pose for this. The lights I was using for the artwork were not bright enough to light up the whole foyer, obviously so had to use an ISO of 1600. Converted to B&W so the noise looked more grainy.

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    OK, so if I knew how to do this and had the programs, I'd take my first shot of the mausoleum door, and on the side where it should be I would add in the pad and the UP and DOWN buttons from an elevator door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
    OK, so if I knew how to do this and had the programs, I'd take my first shot of the mausoleum door, and on the side where it should be I would add in the pad and the UP and DOWN buttons from an elevator door.
    First, what camera are you using? Second, are you using Mac or Windows? Third, what software do you currently have for working with images?
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    Nice one Jas - well done!
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    Bambi, nice shot. It's now obvious that it's an Oak door.
    Last edited by Andrew; 09-04-2010 at 01:20 PM.

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    Iguanasan, my D300 can take the multiple exposures. Side by sides and total overlays are straight forward. The problem comes in trying to place a small piece of shot 2 (buttons) within a specific area of shot 1 (side of the door). Pretty much impossible to do. I'd be better off staging the site but then that's not the challenge we're after here. I just thought the up or down choice would be funny.

    I use a PC to store my photos. No software,,, my variations in photos are are done using the basic camera settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
    The problem comes in trying to place a small piece of shot 2 (buttons) within a specific area of shot 1 (side of the door).
    Andrew, having read Marko's posts at the beginning of this thread I don't think you're supposed to do this (at least not to post in this particular thread)

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    the only thing that wouldn't be allowed is selecting 1 element from 1 shot and put it into another. It should be two (or more) full images stacked.
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    Just so it's sort of clear what we are after are multiple exposures (2+) in camera.....And/Or adding full (cropping allowed) multiple images as layers in a graphics program.
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    Understood. Nothing submitted except my attempt with a bit of my level of humour.

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