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Make multiple exposure stacked image on computer?


MixPix

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Is it possible to create an image from a selection of stacked superimposed jpegs or raw files on computer as you would in camera? I occasionally use the multiple exposure and ICM options simultaneously on camera but need to try with a selection of saved images to achieve same if possible in Photoshop or Bridge. I would like to use different images to achieve the result I want. I am not referring to layer masking where you can include a solid background image, but superimposing and blending all layers yet keeping the image semi transparent.
 

thebestcpu

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Yes, it is possible. The specifics may depend on the types of images you have.
The most common approach I have seen is to stack the images using the Screen Blend mode and adjust the impact of the various layers by adjusting the opacity slider.
I bet there are other ways, yet I thought it was worth a quick mention.
Hope that helps
John Wheeler
 

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