Double Exposure Effect – Photoshop Tutorial

Double Exposure Effect – Photoshop Tutorial

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In this tutorial, we’ll see how to create a wonderful double exposure effect using two different images and blending them together in Adobe Photoshop CC 2017. the main idea for this tutorial is to know how to quickly blend images together using blending modes and layer masks, to end up with some awesome results.

•Project File:

——➤IMPORTANT: Any stokes are used for preview and tutorial purposes only. in case you want to use it you need to read the rules from the owners of this stocks.

—Model by:

—Mountains by:


✖Before you start watching, notice that this tutorial was made using Windows OS, so for Mac users simply alter Ctrl with CMD, and Alt with the Opt key.

P.S. My English still sucks.

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50 replies
  1. Anuroop Rohini
    Anuroop Rohini says:

    Plz tell me how you drag the image of the mountain to model tab because I do not understand that
    And my photoshop version is cc 2019 plz tell

  2. Maria Hunaid
    Maria Hunaid says:

    I’m not able to do the step after 2.54 , it just adds another white background layer next to the mountain one and not the silhouette

  3. Madhuri Shewale
    Madhuri Shewale says:

    Can anybody help me with the effect on 4.44? I am not able to use the brush tool here even after following all the steps..

  4. Common Sense Made Simple
    Common Sense Made Simple says:

    As I am refreshing my Photoshop skills, after a 5 year hiatus, your tutorials have been an amazing help for me to knock the dust off my brain… Thank you…


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