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    Double exposure with Sinarback 54M?

    How to do multi exposure with Sinarback 54M?

    In particular: I use a half filter (one half is black, and another is transparent) for double exposure with a film camera. Such I shoot the right side of the frame, rotate the filter 180 degrees, and shoot the left unexposed side, without moving film to the next frame. I want to know how to do similar multi exposure with Sinarback 54M?

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    Re: Double exposure with Sinarback 54M?

    Evgeny,

    I believe that you will be easily able to duplicate your film-based multiple exposures in digital by combining as layers in Photoshop the two exposures made independently, just as before, in fact, in Photoshop CS 3 there is a menu to automate for you this process called "Photomerge".

    Sorry, I had intended to paste a screen shot, but did not figure out how to do it. So, instead FILE>AUTOMATE>PHOTOMERGE.

    Jerry Reed

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    Re: Double exposure with Sinarback 54M?

    There are various ways to do it in Photoshop.

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    Re: Double exposure with Sinarback 54M?

    Thanks!

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