Creating a double-exposure effect


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Creating a double-exposure effect

I have saved my progress as Very bad double exposure.psd, for obvious reasons I think. And that file is found inside the 29_smart_objects folder. The good news is that we have assigned a relationship between our two Camera Raw Smart Objects using the screen mode. The bad news is, thus far, it's a very unfortunate relationship. Now that's going to change over the course of this exercise as we apply the Free Transform command, which will be necessarily a nondestructive modification, because we're working with smart objects. Now if you are working along with me, you can go ahead and close this other image here, Brunette model-2 as Smart Object-1, whatever the heck it is called.

We don't need it anymore, because we already have it open in the other compositions. So just go ahead and press Ctrl+W or Command+W on a Mac. And then click on the No button or on the Mac, the Don't Save button, in order to not save that file. All right, so here we are back in another composition. I...

Creating a double-exposure effect
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Creating a double-exposure effect provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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