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Double Exposure in Photoshop

04/04/17  |  Posted by LeAnn Troutner  |  Posted in Digital Creativity

This is a super simple tutorial to take two images, and create one double exposed image.

First, open the image you want to be the structure of the final product, for me this was the Jaguar. I pulled the other image in to the same file and placed it to fit the canvas and layer above the jaguar.

Turn the top layer’s mode to Screen and turn the opacity down to a desired level.

Add an adjustment layer to the top layer and draw black on the adjustment layer to bring out more of the lower layer as desired. For this, it was obvious to make the face of the cat more prominent than what it was. Make a gradient overlay layer by using the button at the bottom right of the screen, a circle that is half black and half white. Use the gradient option that is purple and orange. Change the layer mode to overlay and pull down the opacity.

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