How to create a Double Exposure Effect in Photoshop

The double exposure effect is a super-hot trend at the moment! You can see it almost everywhere around you – on the covers of music albums, advertisements, wall decoration, cards or in magazines. The effect is made up of at least two overlapping photos.

So, how is it done? We’ve created this awesome how-to video for you that covers every step of the process. We’ve also included a few available tools that will aid in the process of creating your first double exposure image!

How to create a Double Exposure Image Tutorial

First, our video tutorial. By following the steps in the video below, we’ll show you how to create a stunning double exposure image. This software used in this tutorial is Adobe Photoshop.

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Double Exposure Photoshop Action Pro

This Photoshop action is created by Krystal Designs Co. The action is easy to use and will help you to create double exposure pictures in a flash! The action has been tested and optimized for use on Photoshop CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6 and CC.

This action is compatible with all separated and grouped elements, is simple to use and offers infinite options when creating beautiful double exposure images. It comes with both video and text instructions, which is supplemented by demo content included in a PSD file.

Included are:
Double exposure photoshop action.psd file
Documentation (both screenshots and video instructions)

You can buy it here: Double Exposure Photoshop Action Pro

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A few example images created with the Double Exposure Photoshop Action:

Double Exposure Photoshop Action

Another available action is the Double Exposure Photoshop Action also from Krystal Designs Co.

Similarly, this Photoshop action is easy to use and will help you to create a beautiful double exposure image within seconds. The possibilities are endless.

Both ATN file and corresponding documentation is included.

Check out these awesome examples of what this action can do:

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