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DOES ANYONE KNOW ABOUT LITERATURE ON MULTIPLE EXPOSURE TECHNIQUES?
-- emanuele mora (email@example.com), September 26, 2001
Emanuele, Most good text books will carry at least a chapter on muliple exposure techniques. I cannot think of a book that is solely dedicated to the subject as there is not that much to write about! The crux of the technique centres around calculating the correct exposure needed according to the number of exposures you intend to make on each piece of film. Good luck. Paul
-- paul owen (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 28, 2001.
Hi Emanuele I just uploaded a multiple exposure photo on my web site. You might enjoy taking a look at it. It is a photo of a 'Busy Enclosed Shopping Mall' where I avoided recording the shoppers by using multple exposures. My web site URL is: www.angelfire.com/art/architecturalphoto Harry
-- Harry L Martin (email@example.com), September 30, 2001.
Harry, why not shoot it in 12x20 or so at f/256 using a neutral density filter if needed. This gets rid of most of the movement & those who hold still have to do so for a long time to record on the film.
-- Dan Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 01, 2001.