Quote Originally Posted by Mike Wilde View Post
It also depends on the desired effect. It may be advisable to cut exposure back on the second 'ghosted image', and expose the primary image as normal, if you do not want a 50/50 double exposure.
Not sure if any rule applies here, this triple exposure was made on a Bronica SQ-Am in aperture priority mode. I was new to the camera, and was screwing around with the multiple exposure lever, so I didn't note the settings the camera chose for the three shots, but the results were interesting enough that I scanned the negative after development. Almost gave a shortened telephoto-like effect, as if using a long lens in fog, but it was not foggy that day, lol.