Do you remember the time when we fell in love?
So... I finally felt brave enough to try the double exposure technique. I've seen some deviations that I really liked and I was very intrigued by how it was accomplished. It was much easier than I expected! I have seen many tutorials that show different ways to achieve the effect, but mine is much simplerasdf/easier:
1. To begin, take a portrait of a model in front of a bright and neutrally colored background.
2. Secondly, take another photo of a subject matter of your choice (landscape, cityscape, flowers, etc).
3. To combine the two, simply drag and drop the overlaying image on top of the original portrait and then select the overlay option "Screen" mode.
Voila! It really is that simple. You can choose different overlay options depending on the desired intesity. Afterward, you can add your finishing touches by dodging and burning selected areas or cleaning up the background around the subject.
Anyone care to critique?
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