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    Default Multiplicity Photography

    Can multiplicity photography be done without any post processing?
    I google for 2 days but has yet to find an answer.
    They are all doing post processing to get the result.

    I tried using bulb exposure, a flash gun and a black card.
    Though the same person appeared at different places within the same photo, but they looked like "ghost"(transparent).
    Trial and error for 1.5hr, still can't get the result i want.

    Please assist me~~~ thanks~
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    Default Re: Multiplicity Photography

    can be done with multiple exposures... or flash in repeating mode...

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    Default Re: Multiplicity Photography

    Quote Originally Posted by Paranoia08 View Post
    Though the same person appeared at different places within the same photo, but they looked like "ghost"(transparent).
    Trial and error for 1.5hr, still can't get the result i want.

    Please assist me~~~ thanks~
    If the background behind where the person is standing is bright, it is going to get exposed as well when you pull the black card away for the 2nd, 3rd or however many shots your doing.

    If you want the subject to stand out solid you'll have to have virtually no exposure of any background coming through behind them on subsequent exposures to the camera else they will ghost.


    Multiplicity on a pure black background should be much easier.
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