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Multi Exposure Photography

Multi Exposure represents the technique of imposing two images into a singe space, either by taking two pictures on a single frame of film or printing two different images onto the same piece of photo paper. While a photographer will use a double exposure for artistic effect, if a double exposure occurs accidentally, it can potentially ruin a given shot.

Unfortunately, the later form of double exposure renders a blurry, undefined picture. Yet, when done correctly, double exposure appears on a photograph as if one image has been superimposed over another.

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