In-camera multiple exposures is a process in which you combined separate exposures on the actual image sensor (in-camera), as opposed to layering them in Photoshop during post-processing. It is a feature that is becoming more and more common on newer models of both DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. I have grown to love the creativeness it allows and always look forward to experimenting with it whenever the appropriate situation presents itself. These images are from my new “Double Exposure” series. The first image, “Ghost Bridge” will be included in the "Top 40 International Exhibition" opening June 14 at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art.