The Double Exposure Look

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In this Double Exposure look we will mix up a few layers to make a creative composition. First we will position our layers so that we can mask and blend them. We will mix in a little film grain and then we will stir in an accent layer to add style and garnish.


• Position Photo
• Add the Second Exposure Layer
• Rotate and Place
• Align both Layers
• Drop a Masking Bug
• Masking Brush to Clean Up
• Add a Birds Layer
• Local Adjustments to Style

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5 comments on “The Double Exposure Look”

  1. On November 20, 2018 at 10:11 pm marc labro wrote:

    very nice and looks easy to do.
    I would also enjoy seeing more examples of double aperture look.
    here the trees were already on the moon with high contrast and gradient was the right tool for that
    but sometimes, to add skycrappers, trees,… it requires selections,…

    best regards

  2. On November 22, 2018 at 9:06 am Philip Zwick wrote:

    Fantastic example of creating Altered Reality. Without Photoshop. Well done, and thanks for the inspiration.

  3. On December 9, 2018 at 5:56 pm Brian McCann wrote:

    Have tried to simulate many times, however cannot get the last phase to work i.e. Step 22,23 and 24. The birds will not convert to white or black.
    Step 22 states “…by keeping the plus sign in the white area” surely “paint out” produces a minus sign , is my problem.

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