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    Default March 2018 - Photography Assignment - Multiple exposure

    Hi members!
    This month's photo assignment is 'Multiple exposure' and assignments should be posted right here in this thread.
    Okay then who will post first?
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    I tried to shoot multiple exposures in camera, but the camera can't quite do it unless the background is blank and keeps masking the main subject, me. So it was easier somewhat to use layer masks in Photoshop Hope that counts. This edit is not perfect. There are several places where the background appears in the front. Working on my Photoshop skills.

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    That is awesome!!!
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    very cool Mike
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    It all counts! ( In the darkroom days they would use multiple enlargers instead of photoshop to achieve a similar effect.)
    Well done for sure
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    Here's mine from a few days ago - done in camera without a tripod
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    I really like this one Marko. Well made.
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    Until now I have never had a camera that facilitated in camera multiple exposures (other than manipulating the film advance) . I am enjoying experimenting, and am still working out use of light and dark to give the best effect.

    It isn't the best photo ever, but here is an experiment from last weekend. Done in camera (except B & W conversion). I experimented with just one of the exposures being at a slower shutter speed to show movement. I will keep practising and experimenting. I am thinking there may be some merit in a multiple exposure of the same or similar scene, but with different settings (shutter speed, focal lengths, movement, perspective etc) Kind of like a different take on Orton.

    Anyway it is all fun.

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    The numerous reflections are ideal and make this work nicely. The in-camera multi-exposure settings on my 5D3 are so complicated and unintuitive I had to download the manual and actually read it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbrager View Post
    The numerous reflections are ideal and make this work nicely. The in-camera multi-exposure settings on my 5D3 are so complicated and unintuitive I had to download the manual and actually read it.
    I hear ya. I think the iii & iv are pretty much the same, and yes there is a learning curve. There are quite a few youtube videos on this. This one is good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFNT5nS9uvw

    Anyway it is good to have another tool in the toolbox
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