the photographing of two images onto the same piece of film.
A process during which a picture is exposed to light several times, either at the time the picture is taken or later, during printing. Multiple exposures can create many different effects.
Technique of making more than one exposure on the same film frame, normally so that the images are superimposed.
Multiple Exposures involve exposing the same frame of film more than one time. Special effects shots can sometimes only be performed with the aid of multiple exposures. Here is an example of this technique done by one of our members.
The intentional exposure of a negative in a camera more than once to produce a combination of images in a single print of that negative. The accidental double exposure of film is an all-too-familiar variant of this effect.
A photograph made up of two or more images shot over each other.
More than one exposure on the same frame of film. Called a " Double-exposure " when there are two exposures on a single film frame.
An image made up of two or more images superimposed in the camera.
Photograph with more than one exposure.
See Double Exposure. This term simply means more than one, perhaps more than two (double).
In photography, a multiple exposure is an exposure in which the sensitivity to light is reduced and then increased at least once during the total exposure time.