Double exposures have been around a long time. Many people may know them as curious accidents that they would find after having a roll of film developed. I've noticed a few of these on the internet lately and thought I should do some. While my images look like double exposures, they are actually two separate digital images overlaid in Photoshop. I could still shoot images like this "in camera" on my Nikons, but the control I get with Photoshop allows me to swap out various images until I find the right fit. Where with film or 'in camera' exposures take planning a forethought. Neither of which I have time for at the moment.