Fuji does multiple exposures

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Bill, Nov 28, 2003.

  1. Bill

    Bill Guest

    Sorry I lost the thread ("Superimpose"), but the other day someone asked if
    any digital cameras did multiple exposures. Fuji S602 will do this, with as
    many multiples as you want. After the first exposure, you can take another
    image, and you get the option to add the last image to the first one or
    discard it, and then do another, etc.
    Bill, Nov 28, 2003
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    someone Guest

    yes, what he is saying is true.
    someone, Nov 29, 2003
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  3. Bill

    Stewy Guest

    But why bother? You can superimpose pictures in PSP and Photoshop - and get
    a lot more control too.
    Stewy, Nov 30, 2003
  4. Bill

    Bill Guest

    It's what the person asked in the original thread. Anyway, it's an option,
    just like there are oprions on other cameras to enhance color, or do other
    in-camera processing, which also could be done later with your favorite
    editing software.

    Bill, Nov 30, 2003
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    someone Guest

    not everybody has psp or ps.
    someone, Nov 30, 2003
  6. Those who don't do any post processing, or do and use children's software to
    do it cannot expect to get much out of digital photography other than
    convenience and a few lousy snapshots of the dog and kids. If they are
    expecting good image quality, or intend to apply any kind of creativity to
    their photography they will be disappointed in their results until they
    start using Photoshop.

    Howard McCollister, Nov 30, 2003
  7. Bill

    Bill Guest

    Why ........do you sell Photoshop? What drivel! It's a tool......a very good
    one, yes, but still an OPTION! Not a requirement!

    Bill, Nov 30, 2003

  8. I think you might be on the wrong newsgroup. You should be on

    Howard McCollister, Nov 30, 2003
  9. Bill

    Bill Guest

    Well maybe because I was into photography before digital and PC's and
    editing software. Why do you assume that you MUST use software to "fix" or
    "enhance" your images even before you go out to shoot? It may be a different
    approach, since I was used to composing and framing when I took the shot. In
    a darkroom there was only so much you could do to fix things. Not saying one
    approach is better, but I'm used to trying to take the shot the way I want
    it, and do minimal if any editing afterwards.
    But my point is that what you said isn't true.......you don't HAVE to use PS
    (or other software) to get a good image from a digital camera.

    Bill, Nov 30, 2003
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