In this video from tutvid, you’ll learn to make a cool double exposure effect using photoshop.
Some of the things that you will learn while going through this double exposure effect in Photoshop tutorial include:
- How to isolate an image from its background using the magic wand tool and the Select and Mask Tool.
- Fine-tuning your selection in the Select and Mask Window using the paintbrush.
- How to output your mask selection to a new Photoshop layer – so that you save your original image.
- Making a new Layer and fill it with a solid color.
- Using the pen tool to create a path you can then make a selection from.
- Making your image Monochromatic.
- Using the Channel Mixer, Curves and Levels to fine-tune your monochrome image.
- Turning your image Monochrome using the Black and White Adjustment Layer.
- Working with contrast.
- Merging multiple Layers.
- How to choose images that will work together.
- Adding your second image to your original as a new layer.
- Using Photoshop Blend Modes.
- Saving and loading selections.
- Dragging Layer Masks to new Layers to create your double exposure.
- Fine-tuning your double exposure by painting out parts of your layer mask.
- Using the High Pass Filter to add more detail to your image.
- Using Camera Raw to fine-tune your image.
- Working with Gradient Maps.
Try this out for yourself, and share your creations with us in the comments section below!