I'm looking for feedback regarding Multiple Exposure photography. More specifically as it relates to the Nikon D200 or Canon 5D Mark III. I'd be interested to know your camera settings. Do you…Continue
"This would be a true description if we were still shooting on film. With todays digital cameras there is no clutch. The settings are now on the menu for multiple exposures.
Bulb can be used for multiple exposures. I have done it many many…"
"your right frank its ages since i did multi exposures, if i remember correctly you hold the clutch then cock the shutter without moving the film transport, the real trick was to get similar exposures, i used ilford xp2 a chromogenic…"
"iso modes are academic providing the light is similar for each shot, does the 5d mk 111 have a bulb funcion (can you take a shot then take another on top of the previous image, if not use the layers function in the appropriate software, then…"
"You are very welcome.
Suggestion and only a suggestion...
As you grow and start to get more into shooting and editing...
LR is designed basically as a RAW conversion tool more than an editing tool. You will have so much more flexibility with…"
"I can only answer for myself. When I shot with film I shot multiple exposures in camera. With todays digital world and my entire darkroom sitting in my computer I shoot multiple frames and merge what I want in editing.
The rest of your…"
I'm looking for feedback regarding Multiple Exposure photography. More specifically as it relates to the Nikon D200 or Canon 5D Mark III. I'd be interested to know your camera settings. Do you shoot ME in Aperture or Manual Mode? How do you select the ISO for the composition? I'm just starting to use this functionality and looking for others who shoot using this artistic method. If you have pics, please share. Thanks for the consideration and I look forward to the comments.See More
"Thanks for the link, Henry.
I even found a further link in the comment part of that page showing us why the 600 rule doesn't hold anymore in the digital age, something for die-hard scientists though ;)
I'll certainly give it another go,…"