Making multiple exposures on the same piece of film was a fun pursuit in the pre-digital era, and came with a large element of surprise when the end result was revealed. These ghostly images weren’t always by intention though. A roll of film not correctly advanced could create a multiple exposure by accident. Producing multiple exposures with your digital camera can still be done in-camera, as some cameras and phones have a multiple exposure mode. You can also experiment with long exposures in low light using a handheld flash to create overlapping exposures. Or you might choose to create a multiple exposure image in post processing, playing with layers to overlay images on each other. Many tutorials are available online for how to master that skill.
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