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Double exposure effect digital

New Here ,
Oct 24, 2022 Oct 24, 2022

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I'd like to place two images together having a transparent effect as film cameras have in double exposures. How can this be achieved using (Photshop ?Lightroom?, or what software is best for this?) Thanks.

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Community Expert , Oct 24, 2022 Oct 24, 2022

Since Lightroom Classic doesn't allow Layers, it seems your best bet is Photoshop; therefore you should post your question in that Forum. 

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Community Expert , Oct 24, 2022 Oct 24, 2022

Photoshop is the way to go. Typically you would set the layer style to lighten, multiply, or screen with a variable opacity depending on the effect you are going for. Just google double exposure Photoshop and you'll find 100's of tutorials on youtube on how to do this.

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Since Lightroom Classic doesn't allow Layers, it seems your best bet is Photoshop; therefore you should post your question in that Forum. 

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Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

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Thanks.

 

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Photoshop is the way to go. Typically you would set the layer style to lighten, multiply, or screen with a variable opacity depending on the effect you are going for. Just google double exposure Photoshop and you'll find 100's of tutorials on youtube on how to do this.

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Thank You.

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