At the recent London Olympics 2012 Reuters photographers showcased the multiple exposure capability of the Canon flagship EOS 1D X all done in-camera (the EOS 5D Mark III is capable of this too). If you own neither (like me) you’ll be delighted to know I’ve found a way to get the same results using the version of Digital Photo Professional bundled with the 5D Mark III. The software has since received some updates so if you’re wondering which version that is, I’m not quite certain but the one I have is 220.127.116.11 — features the new Compositing and HDR tools — and because it’s DPP you can get the magic to work on both RAW and JPEG images. Compositing Tool is what’s needed for to layer several images for a stunning composite. The example below uses a series of images I shot using my Samsung Galaxy S III.