Create a Multiple Exposure Photo in Photoshop

Category: Photo Effects and Retouching

A multiple exposure is where you take two images on top of one another. This used to be achieved in the days of film, where you would take one picture and then instead of advancing the film strip to the next frame to take the next picture, you would simply leave the film in the same place and take another picture right on top of it. This tutorial covers two ways of doing this. With your camera or using Adobe Photoshop.

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StudioMagic: The 1-click Photo Compositing Tool for Photoshop

StudioMagic: The 1-click Photo Compositing Tool for Photoshop

StudioMagic 1&2 is a full-fledged, robust compositing suite built into Photoshop panels. For novice Photoshop users, StudioMagic will allow you to push the limits of your creativity beyond the level of your Photoshop skills. For advanced users and working professionals, it will save time and money by greatly accelerating your visual effects workflow.


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