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Eddie Perez Oct 21, 2008 11:44 AM

Same frame!
How can I do several shoots in the same frame using a 20D Canon?

I will appreciate all your advice. And thank you for your help!
Eddie Perez

JohnG Oct 21, 2008 1:25 PM

Are you talking about multiple exposures like you would do with film?

If so, there is no way within the camera to take multiple exposures and save them in the same image file. This can be done in post-processing - the easiest way is if your software allows the use of Layers. In which case you can layer as many images as you want on one another. Of course, if you're going to do this you should have a tripod and relatively static composition (except for key subject). I.E. tough to do this technique if you have trees with leaves blowing in the wind because every image would be different.

Eddie Perez Oct 21, 2008 2:09 PM

Thank you very much, John.

For a moment i felt stupid because i couldn't find how to do it. And i though also that it will obviously have function for it.
Something for canon to consider in their future updates.

Thanks again,

Eddie Perez


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