classic double-exposure effect Photoshop Masking


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Creating a classic double-exposure effect

In this exercise I'll show you how to use the Screen Mode to create a classic double exposure effect between two dark photographs. I'm going to turn the dummy layer off, switch to the gang layer and press Shift+Alt+N or Shift+Option+N on the Mac in order to return to the Normal mode. And by the way, bear in mind that all these keyboard shortcuts assume that you have one of the tools other than the second group of Paint and Edit Tool selected. Now I'm going to turn on the hoody layer and click on it to make it active, and let's say we want to create a double exposure effect, between this layer and the gang layer below.

Now we just go ahead and switch to the Screen Mode by pressing Shift+Alt+S or Shift+Option+S on the Mac. Problem is of course, we've never assembled a composition like this, with the hoody guy's face over this hostile middle guy in the background, so we need to move this layer around. I'm going to go up to the Edit menu and choose a Free Transfor...

Creating a classic double-exposure effect
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Creating a classic double-exposure effect provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Advanced Blending

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Design
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