I had never tried in camera multiple exposures before, but I gave it a shot on the film camera. Luckily my film camera was new enough to be able to preset the amount of exposures on the frame and not have to manually roll it back. Shot on a Canon EOS Rebel XS.
Selected by Matt Wragg - Last time we featured a double exposure as POD there was debate from certain corners as to whether stitching photos together in Photoshop is the same skill as doing it in-camera. As far as I'm concerned the answer to that is a resounding no. It is far more complicated and requires much more thought and precision to work in-camera - to simply edit to photos together in Photoshop is not a double exposure, it's digital manipulation (no matter how awesome the final results are). To do it like this on film where you have no idea precisely how it's going to come out is another level still. I quite like the action shot, it's well-executed, and although I'm not entirely sure the double exposure here works entirely, I love the fact that Kaz has tried something this experimental and difficult.