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Ogonna Nneji 
Multiple Exposure
23 Sep 2007 at 18:29 GMT
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Trying out some creative stuff and was wondering how to go about using a canon 400d to do a multiple exposure image, as I am tired of messing around on photoshop trying.
 
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7 Feb 2008 at 14:58 GMT
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Hi, I'm a new member so sorry for the late reply
When you say"multiple exposure" do you mean combining several shots with different content or do you want to 'expose' the shot at different speeds called 'bracketing'. I don't know how to do the first one but in your camera menu you will find a section to enable you to set the bracketing 1or 2 ev. So when you shoot the camera will take 3 shots, 1 under exposed, 1 correctly exposed and 1 over exposed by whatever ev value you have set. Good luck and please let me know if you succeed. Unfortunately I have a 5D so not sure about the 400d menue.
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23 Oct 2017 at 10:25 GMT
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I'm apprehensive its difficult to do in-camera different exposures with your camera. I might not be right however I did a scan for DSLR cameras with different introduction ability and concocted none.From the best essay writing service i got some solutions. It may be conceivable to utilize the Bulb setting IF you can accomplish a sufficiently moderate shade speed - possibly with a low ISO (50) and utilizing f16 on a cloudy or shady day. You'll need to utilize - 1 EV for a right introduction. In the event that you get a 1 sec. shade speed you'll need to cover the focal point at 1 sec. (preferbly with an overwhelming dark material), keep the screen open, move your subject around and after that reveal the focal point for another 1 sec. presentation.


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