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DOUBLE EXPOSURE EFFECT IN ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

DOUBLE EXPOSURE EFFECT IN ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

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Double Exposure is a photographic technique that mainly involves combining two exposures to create a single image. The technique yields very interesting results and allows the photographer to produce ghost images and mirror images that tell a story in a unique way that can’t be achieved with a single photo.

Nowadays, this effect can be achieved with a DSLR camera by enabling Multiple Exposure in the shooting menu and manually capturing both exposures. But for more creative control, you can replicate the effect using Adobe Photoshop with your own images or stock photos.

The style of this effect has also become popular with digital artists, who can use Adobe Photoshop to mimic the double exposure effect to create a surreal image. Popular examples are the True Detectives TV show intro, or Taylor Swift whom you might recognise this effect from her latest music video.

In this video tutorial you’re going to play around in Adobe Photoshop to create a nice Double Exposure effect, which is originally a Photography technique using nothing but cameras to blend two separate images together by exposing the film twice in two completely different photos.

So let the fun begins 🙂

 

 

Portrait image by Shutter Stock. | Landscape image by Jonathan Bean.

 

 

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Credits: Chris Spooner, Spoon Graphics.

 

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  1. Andrew Nacin
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    This effect rocks.

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