In today’s tutorial we’re looking at how to create double exposures in Photoshop. A double exposure effect was traditionally a film effect, where you would not advance the film after taking the first shot, and you would take a second shot over the top of the first. Most digital cameras won’t do a double exposure effect these days, as there is no film to wind forward, but we will show you how you can achieve the same type of result in Photoshop. Let’s begin!
For this we will be using a few image from Unsplash which you can download below, so you can follow along this tutorial, if you wish to do so.
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