Double Exposure Effect Photoshop Tutorial

In today’s video tutorial we’re going to create a surreal double exposure effect in Adobe Photoshop, which is based on the authentic multiple technique technique used by Photographers, where two photographs are exposed onto the same film to blend two images together.

Portrait image used: http://spoon.graphics/1bKudg0
Landscape image used: http://spoon.graphics/1bKugIT

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Comments

Jr Zendejas-Ruiz says:

love it its so cool!

Stratos Designs says:

The coolest and most on point double exposure tutorial on planet

TheAlien Agario says:

for the slowes , just follow these steps :
1. get ur both pictures and upload them to photoshop
2.make ur picture black and white
3.put ur mountains or whatever ontop of ur picture
4.create clipping mask on mountains
5. erase everything on ur ppic but not the face , thats it

nischal rai says:

IF YOU REALLY WANT TO SHARE YOU IDEAS THAN PLZ SHOW ALL DETAILS THAT YOU HAVE SELECTERD TOOLS. ITS TOO HARD FOR THE BEGGINER.  BY WATCHING THIS VIDEO I CAME TO KNOW THAT YOU HAVE SHARE THIS VIDEO TO INCREASE THE VIDEO VIEW. HOPE YOU WILL ACCEPT MY WORDS. THANKS

Tiancheng Yu says:

way too fast

horateyenda shadowsong says:

i love your work dude you are amazing!!

marcushamus says:

wait how did you copy the clipping??

Photoshop Tutorials PS101 says:

Hey Chris! Love your tutorials, keep ’em coming!!!

i_meow_sometimes GD - Guides - And more! says:

Can I do this from my bulldog/cat’s face?

Brakou Abdelghani says:

WHY you mean by CMD at 2:29

José reis says:

Great work Spoon!!!

Hec says:

Wow!, excellent tutorial I actually followed it and worked perfect for me, thank you very very much! and congrats, amazing tutorial!

Harish Singh says:

great work spoon but you did very fast please go slow. Thnx

Eduardo Guerrero says:

easy

James Lau says:

You are a star. many thanks from a PS newbie

mp garena says:

what cmd mean button?

Kay Lion says:

i dont get how he applied the layer mask to d mountain background

Chila Thao says:

I think if you make a tutorial this fast, just give a notice from the beginning that you make it for advanced-learners of photoshop

Aleksander Dosku says:

what was that in 1:48

stephen longhurst says:

Wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too fast

Harry B says:

IMPOSSIBLE TO FOLLOW

oussama the flash says:

ho did you drag the landscape image into the layer stack plzz answer, mine won’t get draged :/

gordyriver says:

it’s too fast, you do too much too fast without telling how you did it. its a tutorial for people who already know how to do this. but instead you have to consider you are making this for people who are “learning” photoshop. it has nothing to do with intelligence.

Marcus Ellis says:

Hey im late and sorry, but ive been searching through the comments but i keep getting stuck. When ever i drag my chosen backround image it becomes really small and i cant stretch it because it distorts it and ruins the image. What must i do?

Calista Busch says:

how do you paste the new layer after making it all black? You didn’t explain how to do that

Christine Okoro says:

you should stop fucking doing tutorials, you talk too fucking fast and you r not explaining how u r doing it!!

Jer John says:

slow the frick down

Morten Jensen says:

TOO FAST!!

Timothy Michael says:

HEY EXPLAIN WHEN YOU USE HOTKEYS … PLS

oOcitizenOo says:

Crap. I wish i could use PS as fluently as you

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