I've had a lot of fun recently making double-exposure images. My Pentax K-30 can create multiple exposure photographs in-camera, making it an "in-the-field" process and not "in-front-of-a-computer."
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Once you understand how light and dark areas interact with each other, then you can go about creatively crafting double exposure images that communicate a clear and relevant message.