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12-19-2014, 05:47 AM   #1
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Double exposure with K5II/K5IIs

I could not find any thread or some decent samples of double (or more) exposure. Anyone is interested in that technique?

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I am sure there has been some on this site.
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If I would find one good image here, I would remember that for sure. So far I've not seen any.
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I would do it in PP which will also let me move the two exposures around to suit.

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There certainly been threads about multiple exposure. Here is one I have just uploaded, it was my first and only go at it.

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Yes, I played the same way a bit, but would like to do something like here:

https://fstoppers.com/video/using-multiple-exposures-create-abstract-photographs-3494
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Double Exposure was very popular with wedding photographers back in the film days. it was much easier to do it in-camera than to try to fiddle with negatives in the darkroom. Now it is not that important because you can use Photoshop to get the same effect if not better. However its not a bad feature to have and I'm glad my K-5 II offers it just in case I want to get creative one day.
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Iuse it for accurate long exposure or for waterfalls with short exposure.

120 & 45 sec.


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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
Iuse it for accurate long exposure or for waterfalls with short exposure.

120 & 45 sec.


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Great idea fs999 I never thought about using it like that
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QuoteOriginally posted by hjoseph7 Quote
Great idea fs999 I never thought about using it like that
Thank you !
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