How to obtain a double exposure effect in Photoshop

Before the digital era, double exposure portraits were made by exposing the same frame of film more than once. I remember that as a kid I discovered some old films in a drawer, and there was this print with my dad patting a ghost horse. It was an effect obtained with double exposure on film. Now, a large number of photographers use the double exposure technique digitally to create stunning dreamy or surreal portraits. If you think outside of the box, this photography technique can be applied to any kind of object, not just people (or animals). All you have to do is use your imagination and establish a purpose. Adobe Photoshop software program allows you to put different images in layers, and then it provides a wide range of blending possibilities. For getting a nice stronger pattern on those butterfly wings, we are going to use the color burn blend mode, and for … Read more

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