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Double Exposure Effect in Photoshop

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In this tutorial viewers will learn how to create a double exposure effect in Photoshop and get an introduction to the Blending Modes

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1. Open a "scenery" photo in Photoshop

2. Use File > Place to insert a new photo (Portraits work best)

3. Set the new layer's Blending Option to Screen or Lighten - Screen leaves more white - Lighten removes more of the portrait image

4. Right click and rasterize the layers and convert to black and white (Image > Adjustments > Black & White) for cleaner color

5. Fill the portrait background in with white or delete it for a cleaner look

6. You can also delete parts of the portrait for a "blended" look (Deleted parts will show the background image through)

7. Move the photos around to create a "blended" effect

8. Flatten layers and edit levels

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