Double Exposure Photography: How to Create Double Exposure Portraits WITHOUT Photoshop

5/18/2018 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Double Exposure Photography: How to Create Double Exposure Portraits WITHOUT Photoshop

There are a bunch of tutorials on how to create double exposures by combining two images in Photoshop. But what if you could just do it in-camera?



Today you will learn how. Most digital cameras have a multiple exposure setting. If you don't know how to set it up, look in your camera manual or search your camera model on Google with the term "double exposure."

Double Exposure Photography: How to Create Double Exposure Portraits WITHOUT Photoshop

Here's the basic process for shooting night portrait double exposures.

1) Turn on Multiple Exposure in Your Camera Settings

2) Take a Portrait of Your Model

3) Take a Photo of Lights for the Second Exposure

4) (optional) Retake Second Exposure if necessary

Play around with different settings until you find something you like.


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I’m Chorale, a Boston-based portrait, wedding, and event photographer. I got my first camera when I was 10 years old and fell in love on the spot. Since then, I’ve been striving to capture real, raw human emotion through my lens, and growing with every shot I take. I am also mother to a small dog named Tifa, who comes from a faraway land where magical creatures roam free. I might take your photo with her, if you’re lucky.

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