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double exposures, portraits


St. Paul, US
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in4apenny Registered since 02nd Dec 2008
Mon 22-Dec-08 11:40 AM

I want to take some double exposures of my Mom and Dad at our Christmas Eve dinner. I have never done this before. I want to have the dominant portion of the picture with them looking directly into the camera, and a profile of them as the fainter image. I would also like the fainter image to be slightly larger than the first image. How do I do this? I have never done this before. I will be using a N8008s, an AF Nikkor 28-70 lens, SB15 Speedlite, and tripod. The shots will be taken in the living room of an old farm house with decent lighting. This is so important to me, and I consider myself a novice. Somebody please help

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