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    Default 'superimposing'

    hi,

    i remember when we were using 'film' type camera,
    we zoom in on the moon on the top rightmost and snap,
    we changed lens,
    maintain the same exposure and took a landscape pic with long shutter speed.
    result is a nice big moon on the right with sampan at night.
    i forgot what this technique is called and can it be achieved with DSLR?
    thanx.

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    Default Re: 'superimposing'

    Multiple exposure.

    I'm not sure about other brands but Nikon DSLRs have this function built-in. Alternatively, you can do blending when you edit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kit View Post
    Multiple exposure.

    I'm not sure about other brands but Nikon DSLRs have this function built-in. Alternatively, you can do blending when you edit.
    thanx matey,
    will look it out, using a canon
    cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thelight View Post
    thanx matey,
    will look it out, using a canon
    cheers.
    Nope, Canon don't have. Got to do it when you edit the photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kit View Post
    Nope, Canon don't have. Got to do it when you edit the photos.
    rats.

    thanx bro, appreciate it, still going to do a search and read up.
    cheers

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