22 Jan Seeing Double
Source: The Common Sense Photographer
There are functions of your camera that sometimes get forgotten in the push to get the perfect image in your camera. I was doing some hand held macro work outside in the back yard. There was a slight breeze so I switched the Fujifilm X-T2 to continuous low to spray a few images in the hopes of getting the one where the wind wasn’t shaking the leaves I was shooting.
I took a couple of shots then switched back to single shot, or so I thought. On the X-T2 the multi exposure function is right next to single shot and I accidentally moved the drive lever to multi-exposure. Not being a proponent of multiple exposures (i have enough trouble getting one image right) I switched back to single shot when I saw the prompts for next image.
Having never explored the in camera multiple exposure feature I thought I’d give it a try. I had nothing to lose as the Sun was a bit to high and harsh and was giving too much dynamic range. I shot of an image and used that image to align a second image just slightly off from the first. I really had no expectations but was pleasantly surprised by the result.
Seeing Double Fujifilm X-T2 XF80mm F2.8 WR OIS R – In camera multiple exposure
The two images together combined to keep the highlights and shadows within a range. The light of the two images together returned the perfectly lit image I was looking for…
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