I’m an amateur photographer always seeking new ways that I can capture an image and ultimately present this image to my friends with a fresh point of view. I’ve experimented with developing new looks utilizing editing software like Photoshop, but ultimately I take pleasure in creating visual effects with just my digital SLR camera alone. I recently found a new trick effect that I personally had never tried. Allow me to share the Double Exposure effect with you.
This strategy operates exactly as the title describes it. You take two exposures or two distinct shots and essentially blend them together.
You could do this with either an old common film camera or using a newer-style digital single lens reflex camera. Several of the digital SLRs in fact even have a function inside their menus which might be labeled Multiple Exposure, to allow you to easily produce this effect.
Basically using a film camera you take two images over exactly the same portion of the film inside…