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Double Exposure Effect in Photoshop

The double exposure effect is achieved by exposing the film/sensor of a camera twice to the light, thus the name “double exposure”. Like almost any of these effects, the double exposure effect can also be reproduced in Photoshop by using the correct combination of blend modes, layer orders and adjustment layers.

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About Andrei Oprinca

Yep that's me :) I like Photoshop and Spotify 2 years ago I said to myself I will fill this with some useful info about me but I never had the chance to do it XDDD


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