How to Do Multiple Exposure with Nikon D90 Camera
Instructions on how to use double exposure on Nikon D90.
I recently discovered that my beloved Nikon D90 SLR actually does multiple exposure! For those of you that are wondering what “Multiple Exposure” means? Simply put, it’s a feature that allow you to take two different images onto one single frame! For example, you can shoot an image of the moon, and then an image of a building using this feature, and what the camera does is that process these 2 shots together and paste them onto a single frame, so it looks like there was a moon near the building! (eventhough this may not be the case).
So I went and experimented with two of my recent photoshoots. Here are some samples of the results below.
It’s fairly easy to do on D90:
- You will first turn on “Multiple exposure” setting in the “Shooting Menu
- Enter the # of shots you like to take in a single frame then toggle to “Done”
- Compose your pictures and shoot like you normally would, except you need to pre-determine whether you want the images to overlap, or occupy it’s own space within your frame. Once it’s reached the # of shots that was entered, the camera will do the processing and put all the images onto a single frame.
Here are few examples of the images taken using this technique: