Creating double exposures has 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!
9 Video Tutorials | 21 Sample Images