Taking multiple exposures can be a fun and creative way to add unique effects to your photographs. The Nikon Z6 camera has some inbuilt features that make it easy to take multiple exposures. In this article, we’ll go through the steps of how to take multiple exposures using the inbuilt features of the Nikon Z6 camera.

Step 1: Set the camera to Multiple Exposure Mode
The first step is to set the camera to Multiple Exposure mode. To do this, turn on the camera and press the Menu button. Then, scroll down to the Shooting Menu and select Multiple Exposure. Here, you can choose the number of exposures you want to take, up to 10. You can also decide whether to use Auto Gain or not. Auto Gain will adjust each shot’s exposure to create a properly exposed final image.

Step 2: Choose the shooting mode
Next, choose the shooting mode you want to use. You can use any shooting mode, including Manual, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, or Program. However, remember that in Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority modes, the camera will automatically adjust the shutter speed or aperture to create a properly exposed final image.

Step 3: Choose your subject and compose the shot
Now it’s time to choose your subject and compose the shot. Multiple exposures work best with subjects with movement or texture, such as waterfalls, clouds, or moving people. When composing the picture, remember that the final image will be a combination of all the exposures, so think about how the different elements will blend together.

Step 4: Take the multiple exposures
Once you have composed the shot, it’s time to take multiple exposures. Press the shutter button once to take the first exposure. The camera will automatically display the first image on the LCD screen. You can then re-compose the shot for the second exposure and press the shutter button again. Repeat this process for as many exposures as you want to take.

Step 5: View and save the final image
After you have taken all the exposures, the camera will automatically blend the images.

The Z6 makes it very easy to create multiple exposure images in camera without having to go into photoshop.