Want to create more depth, character, feeling, and style to your photographs?
What is double colour exposure? It is a creative way to show an alternate reality, feeling glitch in time etc.
Try implementing a double colour exposure effect in minutes! With Photoshop!
- Open your photograph in photoshop and duplicate your layer.
- With the duplicate layer selected shift it to the side. You can always move this later once you apply the effects.
- With the duplicate layer still selected, right-click and choose blending option, and uncheck R(red) channel – click ok.
- Transform your duplicate layer by pressing command t and enlarge it and move it into the position you want.
- Now if you want to blend 2 photos select the duplicate layer , right-click and choose replace image. You should keep the same effects but have two different image overlays.
Sit back and bask in your new found skills!
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