How to Create Multiple Exposures With a Nikon D800


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Creating multiple exposures

In the old days of film shooting, if you ever forgot to advance the film in your camera, then you would end up shooting multiple images onto the same piece of film, resulting in a weird composite image. Eventually, the camera makers engineered their cameras so that it was not possible to accidentally create multiple exposures. But by that point, it was too late: all the artsy types had already decided that multiple exposures were a very cool effect. You can create multiple exposures in your camera right now using the Multiple Exposure feature. To shoot in Multiple Exposure with your D800, go into the menu system.

In the Shooting menu, kind of near the bottom, you're going to see something called Multiple Exposure. It defaults to off of course. I am going to come in here and turn it on. There are two different ways of turning it on. I can turn it on to shoot a single multiple exposure. Now, that doesn't actually mean a single image; it means I'm going to produce one multiple expos...

Creating multiple exposures
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Creating multiple exposures provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting with the Nikon D800

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