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Double exposure effect | photoshop tutorial

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In this double exposure tutorial i will show you how you can transform any regular photo into double exposure using photoshop.

i have already one double exposure effect tutorial and it is more advanced and longer then this so if you want to watch that video wait till the end of the video or you can click on this link http://bit.ly/1KWh5Dp

Now about this video, this is kind of a really simple version of what you can do with this effect, first of all i have given some tips for the people who are doing this effect for the first time that will make it even more simple for you to create this effect. And also links to all of the images that i used in this video are down below, they free so feel free to use them.

Then i will show you how to blend this two images properly and remove the unnecessary parts of the background so that your images look more professional and beautiful, after that there is a part where we will need to get read of the trunk of the tree, i will show a method with the use of the brush so that it every thing looks smooth.

After that i will show you how you can bring back lost details in the image and create a color effect so that it looks a little different then other double exposure effect. Then like every time we will do some color corrections and adjustment to give it some finishing touches.

So, I hope you learned something from this photoshop tutorial and as always if you have any questions feel free to ask me in the comments, and have some fun with photoshop 🙂

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