Camera option or Photoshop help multiple exposures.

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  1. djrichie28

    djrichie28 TPF Noob!

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    I see some people here posting really cool multiple exposure pictures. I think they look really creative. Can someone help me construct one?

    I have the multiple exposure function in my camera (D300) and did attempt to do one with 3 exposures, but the subject is 50% opaque in all three poses for the final picture. I played around with all the settings and still no luck.

    I also heard that this can be done in photoshop. Can someone tell me how? Thanks in advance.
     
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    Each exposure becomes one layer and the layers MUST be opaque (or else the top-most layer will hide the others). There's more to this but you'll need to experiment a bit first.
     

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