Multi Exposure Control consisted of the following four types:
- Additive – the of each single exposure is added cumulatively.
- Average – based on number of exposures – negative exposure compensation is set automatically as you shoot.
- Bright – The brightness of the base image and the images to be added are compared at the same position and the bright part will be left in the image. Depending on overlapping Colours – the colours may be mixed depending on brightness ratio of the compared images.
- Dark – The darkness of the base image and the images to be added are compared at the same position and the dark part will be left in the image. Depending on overlapping Colours – the colours may be mixed depending on darkness ratio of the compared images.
The ISO and Picture Style of the first Image governed remaining exposure for image.
You could select an existing or shoot the first image.
You have to Disable Auto power off (Sleep mode) otherwise it will disable multi exposure.
We had the following enthusiastic participants in our group: Mike Smith, Wendy Hannon, Larry Dalton, Ken Dobson, Peter Brennan, Denis Mahony & Andy Quinlan.
We started after St Patrick’s Day and met three times, some of us four times and really enjoyed the process, it was exciting to discover the endless options and creativeness of the many combinations available with Multi Exposure.
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