er... multi-exposure in digital i think no need to troublesome ba...?
i also not sure, but perhaps just take e picture as per normal, then layer them in photoshop...? Since i don't think digital is able to take 2 exposures in the same frame..
I also not sure.. dun me...
Nice work scud.
cos normally for double exposure, u need one photo which is darker as a background so as to see the other exposure better. If you have 2 bright photos together, you cant really see clearly the 2 photos.
Since one pic dark another one bright, your exposure will be different.
Using bulb mode fixes yr arperture, so you have to time your covering and removing of the black card to get the right exposure.
Also yr sensor will die faster having to leave it on and use black card to block and find another object.
BTW, so far I know, D200 can do multiple (or isit just double) exposures.
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