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3.1 Conclusion

I hope you've enjoyed learning more about these double exposure effects and the essential tools that helped to create them. Practice these effects with your own photos to create stunning double exposure portraits, and remember to review these videos for more help. My name's Melody Nieves, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching.

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3.1 Conclusion

Welcome back to how to make a double exposure effect in Adobe Photoshop. My name is Melody Nieves, and I've been your instructor for this course. I hope you've enjoyed diving into one of the coolest trends in design today, the double exposure effect. Let's go over a quick recap of everything we've learned. Make your double exposures stand out with powerful themes. Always start with a clear plan in mind, and ask yourself these questions to help you figure out the mood and design of your work. When picking photos, make sure they're high quality images with versatile compositions and avoid any awkwardly cropped models or landscapes. Experiment often for the best results. Keep in mind that different types of photos will yield different effects. Consider styling, colors, and general composition when pairing photos together. This may even mean that you need to spend a little extra time finding the ones that work best with one another. When creating your final effect, pay attention to Photoshop's core tools to help you achieve seamless double exposures in much less time. If you need a little refresher, then remember to get familiar with layer masks, clipping masks, adjustment layers and layer blend modes to make the most out of this effect. For an even more polished look, utilize all your skills from different digital mediums. Incorporate photo retouching, photo manipulation, or general compositing and digital painting techniques to create the desired look. But most of all, remember to have fun. These effects are not only a great way to brush up on your Photoshop skills, but they also give you plenty of inspiration to keep pushing the bounds of your imagination. For more incredible effects, access thousands of amazing assets from Envato Elements to create beautiful double exposures. Photoshop actions, for instance, help you achieve this effect with just a single click of the button. Find me on social media for even more tips and remember to share your results with us all. My name is Melody Nieves, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, good luck on your creative journey.

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