5-minute photo tips: Create double exposures in-camera

In-camera Features
(Image credit: Jignesh Chavda)

Improves: Creative impact

Double-exposure photography has been a popular technique since the early days of film, enabling photographers to create stunning images by exposing the same
side of the film twice. As modern digital files are directly saved on memory cards, the merging process for this technique mainly takes place in editing programs. 

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Kim Bunermann
Technique Editor

Kim is the Technique Editor of Digital Photographer Magazine. She specializes in architecture, still life and product photography and has a Master's degree in Photography and Media with a distinction from the FH Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences in Germany. While studying, Kim came to the UK for an exchange term at the London College of Communication. She settled in the UK and began her career path by joining Future. Kim focuses on tutorials and creative techniques, and particularly enjoys interviewing inspiring photographers who concentrate on a range of fascinating subjects including women in photography, the climate crisis; the planet, its precious creatures and the environment.