Double exposure photography can create an awesome effect on any photo. Watch the video below to see how it's done, then read on for more!
Multiple exposure is an interesting effect that happens when two or more images overlap and create a new image. This happens in photography when the camera shutter is opened more than once to expose the film multiple times, usually capturing different images.
You can recreate the same look with this simple Photoshop trick! Select two images you want to work with, and follow the steps in the video to create your own unique image and effect.
For more fun Photoshop tricks, check out the Skillshare class Bigger, Better, Different: Creative Photo Editing with Sam Morrison.