How To Shoot Multiple Exposures (Plus, A Quick Photo Edit Walk Through)

The COOPH team have teamed up with photographer Philipp Reinhard to walk you through a multiple exposure tutorial that starts out on the street and finishes with a quick edit sequence.

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Multiple exposure photography can be fun but knowing what to photography, how to photograph it then how to edit all of the images together can be a bit tricky so the COOPH team have put together another top tutorial that will walk you through the steps of multiple exposure photography.

"Using the versatile new Leica CL, we spent some time in the studio and also hit the streets of Salzburg in search of scenes that could be stitched together to create some original, multiple exposure images," says the COOPH team. 

German Photographer Philipp Reinhard teamed up with COOPH to shoot some photos out on location, which, once back in the studio, stitched together and he recorded his screen so you can watch his editing process. The recording is sped up but there are useful cues along the way to give you more guidance. 

The tutorial begins with the popular double exposure portrait before moving on to a few more creative ideas such as showing different times of the day in one image. 

If you have any cool multiple exposures you want to share, you can head over to our Gallery

Below are some cool multiple exposure photography examples Philipp Reinhard captured, too. 

 

Photographer Philipp Reinhard Multiple Exposure

© Philipp Reinhard

 

Photographer Philipp Reinhard Multiple Exposure

© Philipp Reinhard

 

Photographer Philipp Reinhard Multiple Exposure

© Philipp Reinhard

 

Photographer Philipp Reinhard Multiple Exposure

© Philipp Reinhard

 

Photographer Philipp Reinhard Multiple Exposure

© Philipp Reinhard


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