I recently took some photos of my family and wanted to share these double exposure shots with Hello Luvvy readers. When I explained to my oldest daughter what we were doing, she told me she wanted our back yard crepe myrtle in the same photo of her face. Love it!
To accomplish, shoot an underexposed portrait of your subject. Keep in mind where you place your subject within the frame and shoot your next image in relation to the first, depending on what you are wanting to accomplish. Some newer 35mm cameras will have a multiple exposure feature, while on older cameras, this must be done manually by not advancing the film.
Fall is the perfect season to load some film into your camera and experiment. Have fun!