Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a multiple-exposure effect in software, part of Creative Photography Techniques.
- Our goal is to take this really nice image,…I'm happy with how it came out,…of these blue flowers and the dark green around it,…and we're going to use multiple exposure…in Post to create an impressionistic like image…and a spiral image, so let's get right to it…by taking this in to Photoshop.…Okay, now we have to create multiple images…from the same image and that's very easy to do…and we do it by, instead of having multiple images…we do it in layers and those layers act as…duplicating that particular image.…
Cmd + j is the shortcut and we're going to do five of them.…Alright, so we made five layers and what we're going to do…is click on this little eyeball and what that does…is it basically hides any layer that's not selected…so I want layer one, is going to be the one selected,…make sure you click on the layer as well…and now we can maneuver it so I'm going to make sure…that I've got my directional pad there and I'm just going to…move it to the right a tiny bit,…that's all I'm going to do, that's it, okay.…
- Taking creative multiple-exposure approaches
- Using intentional camera movement for unique looks
- Applying Topaz texture effects to blend textured backgrounds
- Turning photos into creative impressions