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Double Exposure

Has anyone tried Olympus in-camera double exposure.

Here's a snap (x2) from a car park today. I was simply performing a proof of concept, nothing more; no artistic merit claimed.
EM5 Double Exposure by -Steve Ricoh-

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Re: Double Exposure

"I was simply performing a proof of concept, nothing more; no artistic merit claimed. "
Enter it into a Post-Modernist" art show, Steve; it'll take out 1st prize Actually I like it.
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Re: Double Exposure

Cheers Mark.

Perhaps topical to the state of the Union with the Brexit machinations!
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Re: Double Exposure

I played around with that feature when I was trying to learn what the camera can do, but I don't think I'd have a real use for it.
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Re: Double Exposure

I like it Steve I was playing with double exposure setting the other day too


I will have another go soon I think.
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Re: Double Exposure

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I like it Steve I was playing with double exposure setting the other day too


I will have another go soon I think.
Thanks Alf - be good to see some from you in due course.

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Re: Double Exposure

I have had the occasional play with it (Double Exposure before your minds go into overdrive..:-)), but have never tried any serious attempts......
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Re: Double Exposure

Focus stacking with the EM5 Mk1
Or, someone needs to check their spelling.

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