JessicaLynn22 wrote in post #15746903
**Tony S: im using a canon ae-1, so ill have to manually rewind to do second shots...
No rewinding necessary. After you take your first shot, simply depress the rewind button on the bottom of the camera. This disengages the film advance mechanism until after you wind the lever once more. So, after pressing the button, cock the shutter with the winding lever - the same frame stays right where it is. If you want to do triple exposure, you have to press the rewind button after the second exposure. And so on.
but my main thing now would be, what do I shoot first if doing two exposures? do i shoot a main object first or sky/ground?! I know sounds silly, right- but im new to film/experimenting double exposure with an SLR. Thank you for your time/help
Lots of creative things to do. You might try an illuminate subject against a dark background so that it takes about 1/4 of the frame in the corner, then move closer to the subject and take it again, this time in the center and towards the opposite corner.
You should probably google "double exposure" and show images in the results. That ought to get your neurons firing.
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