This photographic image features a British Army Combat Jacket (disruptive pattern mode) with Corporals chevrons (stripes). Then the silver metal dog tags. This technique was done in the camera, the camera was mounted securely onto a tripod and then with a 70-210mm large telephoto lens fitted to the camera the lens was zoomed in on three separate occasions to create the triple exposure.
Again this is another simple technique to use. However the more exposures you make the less the quality. I would say that three exposures is enough, other wise you start to lose clarity and quality in the photograph.
Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire, England.
From an assignment for a City & Guilds 9231 Photography Certificate for the Constructed Images module that I did at Hull Community Artworks in 1993.
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