Double exposure was made in software, but not by simple layering. An HDR algorithm was used to combine two photos of different subjects, rather than the usual two exposures of the same subject. (See below.)
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Thanks for the reminder. This harks back to many cheaty HDR pics you did years ago. Good method for mixing and interesting results.
Two separate subjects:
The photo on the left was designated 'underexposed' and the one on the right, 'overexposed' and then the two were combined according to 'HDR logic'. Other photos were also used instead of the one on the right, producing wat follows, for example:
The result is quite distinct from simple layering.
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