Multiple exposure is the superimposition of two individual exposures to create a single photograph. The exposure values may or may not be identical to each other. Unless you have a camera that was designed to do this, you're most likely going to have to use photoshop to put your pictures together.
You must limit it to 2 images, and blending only, using the complete images, e.g no masks, and MUST supply the images in an SBS.
You are not allowed to mask, selectively remove, etc. Basically you take one image.... put it on top and lower the opacity or change blend mode.
To keep it simple and allow an SBS.... this should be done out of camera.
Here are some beautiful examples of double exposure:
Status: finished. Check out the winners below!
Layzee: Photography or photoshopy that is the question ? ( 5 years and 1128 days ago )
friiskiwi: Photography with 2 photographs blended in Photoshop. The theme looks pretty straight forward. ( 5 years and 1128 days ago )
Howdie stranger! If you want to participate in this contest, just: