Double Exposure Effect with Photoshop CC – no prep graphic design lesson
This tutorial will show your students how to add a double exposure effect using layer masks, blend modes and some layers.
The double exposure effect is a technique that artists and designers can use to create abstract artwork. You can see this effect used in album covers and opening titles of popular TV shows.
In this tutorial your students will mimic the traditional effect in Photoshop. You will receive a 12-page PDF file, three images used in the lesson, and examples of the effect. At the conclusion of the lesson there is a challenge student’s have available for independent practice.
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