>But why use multiple exposures in the first place? I don't >want to be Man Ray with his photo collages. > >I thought it was a remedy for high noise when shooting in dark >places. Camera on a tripod. Two or three underexposed >(intentionally) images, each having little noise. But adding >up to correctly exposed, and noiseless single image. I guess >this would suggest high ISO, or long shutter speeds.
This would be an interesting experiment as I have not heard of this use before.
I have heard that you can use the multiple exposures to get the milky water effect when you cannot get the single long exposure.
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