I would like to experiment with making a double exposure where you can see through the people but the building they are by is exposed correctly. I would be using a RB67 Pro S which is the first camera I have ever had that can take double exposures. We have a museum in town that is an old school house. There is an old fashion merry go round in front and I have often thought it would be nice to make my first exposure with a few kids playing in front of the school, then have them step aside and take the second exposure (without moving the camera ofcourse). Would one stop underexposure do it or would you suggest two stops under? I suppose that one could vary the exposure to make the kids less clear or more visible. I looked for books on the subject and no one seems to really have much on it. Have you ever done this and how did you do it? (And how did they turn out?) Thanks. Ric.
P.S. I have posted a pic of the school if I uploaded it correctly. (It was a color shot with the color removed.)