Just wondering if using multiple exposure on SLR, can it have some HDR effect?
as in two or more exposures on a single frame of film? you'll just get an overexposed image..
Sorry, I actually meant film.
So, it is possible to have a HDR-like image using multiple exposure when shooting flim, by exposing 2 or more times on the same frame?
I thought it was possible since the second or the third exposure are layered together with the first with reduced opacity?
but doesn't film already have a higher dynamic range than digital? or am I wrong..
If you'd like to think in Photoshop - it's like stacking layers in SCREEN mode.
It's possible. You take the first frame of the landscape with the exposure setting of the landscape, while covering the scene of the sky. Without forwarding the film, you cover up the lower half of the scene, and expose for the sky. That way you can actually HDR.
exposed the same frame with same exposure 3 time, in over 1 1/2 stops.
exposed the same frame with same exposure 4 time, in over 2 stops.
exposed the same frame with same exposure 8 time, in over 3 stops.
HDR effect is using digital post production, you can't do that on film
you can't do multiple exposure on film to get HDR effect.