5. FINE-TUNING THE EXPOSURE WHEN SHOOTING DOUBLE EXPOSURES
FOR A STANDARD photograph, a proper exposure is when just the right amount of light passes through the lens to the sensor when the shutter is moved out of the way. If too much light reaches the sensor, the image is too bright; if not enough light reaches the sensor, the image is too dark. The image is properly exposed when there is enough light to show both the light and dark areas in the image without the subject being too bright or too dark. When you combine two photos in-camera, the exposures of the two photos are added together and the amount of light is cumulative; therefore, the ...
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