Double Exposure Effect Photoshop Tutorial

Double Exposure Effect Photoshop Tutorial

In today’s video tutorial we’re going to create a surreal double exposure effect in Adobe Photoshop, which is based on the authentic multiple technique technique used by Photographers, where two photographs are exposed onto the same film to blend two images together.

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50 replies
  1. Boris Hlebec
    Boris Hlebec says:

    Unless you have some Photoshop experience this is very hard to follow, and if you have that much Photoshop experience then you don’t need this tutorial. However, it needn’t be so – if you only took a minute extra to clarify a few steps, i bet people could follow this tutorial much easier. Take this as a constructive critique. I found many other simmilar videos that are better paced and easier to follow.

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  2. Idetect Melton Mowbray
    Idetect Melton Mowbray says:

    i would love to learn Photoshop but it just to much for me as i have dyslexia so find it hard to understand stuff

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  3. ARTasmr
    ARTasmr says:

    The speed of this video is perfect. If it’s too fast for you–it’s because you don’t know how to use photoshop. This is a tutorial on how to do a very specific thing with photoshop, not on how to use the program in general.

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  4. Kathryn S.
    Kathryn S. says:

    You go to fast and you don’t explain every detail of what you are doing so it doesn’t help me at all. I can see you k ow what you’re doing, but you’ve failed to teach me anything else. Wish I hadn’t wasted almost 5 minutes.

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  5. Happy Wanderer
    Happy Wanderer says:

    I like your tutorial but I wish you slowed down a bit. It’s impossible to follow along when we can’t see the actions you’re taking. At 2:15 you say "fill the original background with white" but offer zero explanation how to do this

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  6. Dylan Kingery
    Dylan Kingery says:

    This has got to be one of the most frustrating tutorials I have ever watched. It pains me to think 2 million other people had to go through this hell. It’s hardly a tutorial if you’re not going to show how you did everything. Strong thumbs down sir. >:/

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  7. Mel M
    Mel M says:

    Ok this is clearly not for beginners cause when you say things like "fill with white" uhm how. A little more info please instead of just "fill with white" or "apply mask"

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  8. Tawan Nansin
    Tawan Nansin says:

    Lol when you went a little bit too fast in the video, I pressed CTRL + Z on my keyboard and wondered for 1 second why it didn’t go back.

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