Creating double or even multiple exposure shots isn't anything new. Traditionally it was used in film photography and even recently in Photoshop, but you can do it all in camera too.
The idea behind multiple exposures is to shoot a frame and combine it with another shot. It can be done in Photoshop but it doesn't sound hard to do in camera. If you're not Photoshop savvy or if you prefer to do it in camera but you have never done it before and interested in how to set it all up, Eric Floberg explains how he achieves his double and multiple exposure photos while sharing some helpful tips for newcomers.
A lot of pro cameras in today's market comes with the feature allowing you to create multiple exposures in the camera. Floberg goes through the menu of his Canon 5D Mark IV to show he sets up to shoot these frames. I'm not sure about other cameras but one feature he loves is not needing to shoot the different exposures at the same time, and instead one can use any exposure that is already on the memory card.
You can follow along with Floberg to set up your camera and begin experimenting with different exposures to create your own multiple exposure photos. What method do you prefer in creating multiple exposures? Share your work in the comments below.