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Posted By: chris sanchez, 12-12-2019, 06:33 PM

This image is a double exposure giving it a 3d look, the exposure 2 x 5.5 =11sec on a tripod. I also had a neutral filter on the lens.

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12-12-2019, 06:38 PM   #2
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Neat idea for a shot, get's me thinking I should mess with double exposures more often
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Yes try it, keep it simple at first and visualize the results before the first exposure. I will post more of this type of work later,
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QuoteOriginally posted by chris sanchez Quote
Yes try it, keep it simple at first and visualize the results before the first exposure. I will post more of this type of work later,
Did you do the multi-exposure in camera or in PP afterwards?

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I absolutely love this. The image is great, the post-processing choices just work. Just fantastic.
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QuoteOriginally posted by bertwert Quote
Did you do the multi-exposure in camera or in PP afterwards?
I do it in camera, you can take up to 9 shots on the same frame,i normally take 2,3 or 4,sometimes i will underexpose one or the other to allow one to become dominant. And then clean it up in pp.

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I absolutely love this. The image is great, the post-processing choices just work. Just fantastic.
Thank you very much, my parents where from Albuquerque, the Land of Enchantment!

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Nice effect. So the rock in the foreground is one scene and the building is another?
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I like the finished result, for me the route to that is not important, the final image is everything and this great.

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QuoteOriginally posted by chris sanchez Quote
I do it in camera, you can take up to 9 shots on the same frame,i normally take 2,3 or 4,sometimes i will underexpose one or the other to allow one to become dominant. And then clean it up in pp.
I'll be heading out this afternoon to mess with this now. Hopefully get it done in-camera, as my PP skills are completely non-existent! Thanks for the inspiration
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Great job ya did there! well done Congrats!
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Great efect!
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QuoteOriginally posted by chris sanchez Quote
This image is a double exposure giving it a 3d look, the exposure 2 x 5.5 =11sec on a tripod. I also had a neutral filter on the lens.
What a triumph!
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