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edited July 2015 Posted in » Nikon D3100 Forum
I had a Nikon f3 that I took multiple shots in the same frame of the same person shaking hands where the same person looks like twins. Do I have the same provision with my Nikon D3100? If so kindly help me.

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  • edited July 2015
    You can't do direct multiple exposure, but you can duplicate the effect in post processing.

    There is an option in the retouch menu called "image overlay" in which you can do a double exposure in post. The originals must be in Raw form. You can vary the relative intensity of the two images to a small degree. The resulting overlay is saved as another Raw file so that you can return to the menu and use the one you just made as the basis for further addition.

    As with true double exposure, results will be greatly dependent on whether your originals are suitable, with subjects on a dark background easiest.
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