Double Exposure

So basically, I’ve been seeing a ton of double exposure pictures on the internet. Every time I see one, I want to figure out how to do it. I looked at a whole bunch of confusing tutorials and then just decided to come up with my own way: select the whole picture, copy it, and paste it on top of the other picture. Adjust the opacity.

Well, that was easy.

Here’s my first try: two different pictures of the same thing.



4 thoughts on “Double Exposure

  1. photographer6

    No problem. I have also seem people try this effect by taking the same exact picture ( instead of multiple shots of the same thing), and then they lighten and darken the exposure in their PS program and then lay the 3 images on top of each other. Dont change the opacity….just use the hdr merge tool in PS. It isn’t quite the same effect. But it’s really close, and it removes any motion blur. 🙂


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