How to Master Double Exposure in Photoshop Free Download
Double exposures have come a long way since the early days of film. With Photoshop, we can quickly and easily combine multiple exposures to help tell the story of our travels, capture a bride and groom with the romantic environment of their wedding, or create out-of-this-world conceptual images that stretch our creativity.
In this tutorial, we start with the basics of what makes a double exposure work and how you can find and capture the best possible images to blend together. Then we walk you through several examples, combining two, three, and up to four different images. Learn to master Blending Modes, Smart Objects, Layers Masks, and more!
How to Master Double Exposure in Photoshop Description
What is a Double Exposure?
While some of the methods for getting a double exposure effect have changed, the definition remains the same. With film, you can take a photo and then, without advancing the film, take another. This results in two images being exposed on the same piece of a film, creating a creative combination. Photoshop gives us the ability to do the same thing with any two (or more photos), with more options and precision than ever before.
Double Exposure Editing in Photoshop
In this tutorial, we show you how to make a double exposure in Photoshop using powerful tools and techniques. Learn to use blending modes, layer masks, smart objects, and more to make stunning double exposures that look both creative and professional.
Multiple Exposures with No Limits
The techniques you will learn in this tutorial are just the tip of the iceberg. Once you’ve mastered these concepts, you can go on to create amazing looks and styles that are all you’re own. Combine this tutorial with How to Master Photoshop Actions, and you can create a tool to automate your double exposure process. You can even use these techniques when editing video using the Photoshop video timeline to create stunning animations and cinemagraphs.
Work Through Multiple Examples
Come work with us through seven examples, where we combine two, three, and even four images together. We begin with some simple images to illustrate how each tool and technique works. Then we introduce more exciting and challenging effects that will surely get your creative juices flowing.
Tips for Photography & Photoshop
You can blend images with stock photos, your own images, or a combination of the two. No matter where you’re getting the photos from, we break down what to look for in order to make an effective double exposure. We also cover some important tips to keep in mind for multiple exposure photography and capturing your own pictures to put together.
Blending Multiple Exposures
The techniques in this tutorial will provide everything you need to pull images together in Photoshop. Whether you’re combining two images or ten, we show you how to pull elements from multiple sources to integrate into your final photo.