Double exposure is the superimposing of multiple photos on a single photo frame.
The technique dates back to the days of film and was later introduced to high end DSLR cameras.
Today, you can shoot double exposures on your iPhone with Double Exposure for iPhone.
Keep reading to find out how!
An in-camera double exposure shot with Double Exposure for iPhone.
Shoot an in-camera double exposure with the following steps.
An example of an in-camera double exposure.
In addition to using your camera, Double Exposure lets you use photos from your library.
This is a triple exposure using 3 library photos. To shoot a triple exposure, use the small shutter twice then the large shutter once.
Double Exposure offers dozens of real-time filters.
Dozens of real-time filters.
Filters can be applied at the end of your double exposure, or to each photo individually.
Try changing the filter mode to apply a filter to each photo in your double exposure.
Sometimes, you might want to shoot a photo upside down. Double Exposure saves your completed photos in the orientation of the first photo you take.
The different device orientations and the orientations of the saved photos.
Play around with exposure, focus and other settings. Try different angles, subjects, colors, zooms and more. Keep practicing, but most importantly, have fun!
All photos in this tutorial were shot using Double Exposure by Mark Binks Photography.