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    How to create a cool double exposure effect with Photoshop [video]

    The message How to make a cool double exposure effect using Photoshop first appeared at Digital Photography School. It is written by Caz Nowaczyk.

    In this video from Tutvid you learn to create a cool double exposure effect using photoshop.

    Some things you will learn while going through this double exposure effect in Photoshop tutorial are:

    • Isolate an image from the background with the Magic Wand tool and the Select and Mask tool.
    • Refine your selection in the Select and mask window with the brush.
    • Export your mask selection to a new Photoshop layer – so you save your original image.
    • Create a new layer and fill with a solid color.
    • Use the Pen tool to create a path from which you can make a selection.
    • Make your image monochromatic.
    • Use the Channel Mixer, Curves and Levels to fine-tune your monochrome image.
    • Make your image black and white using the black and white adjustment layer.
    • Working with contrast.
    • Merge multiple layers.
    • How to choose images that work together.
    • Add your second image to your original as a new layer.
    • Use Photoshop blending modes.
    • Save and load selections.
    • Drag layer masks to new layers to create your double exposure.
    • Fine-tune your double exposure by painting parts of your layer mask.
    • Use the high pass filter to add more details to your image.
    • Use Camera Raw to fine-tune your image.
    • Working with gradient cards.

    Try this yourself and share your creations with us in the comments below!

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    The message How to make a cool double exposure effect using Photoshop first appeared at Digital Photography School. It is written by Caz Nowaczyk.

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