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1.1 Introduction

Welcome to How to Make a Double Exposure in Photoshop. My name is Melody Nieves, and I'll be your instructor for this course. In this first lesson, we'll learn the amazing possibilities of double exposure effects with a brief rundown of this course.

If you want to get creative and learn how to create amazing double exposure effects yourself, then this is the course for you! For quick results, check out the double exposure add-ons on Envato Elements.

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1.1 Introduction

Shine like the the artist you are with double exposures. Double exposure effects blend multiple photos together for incredible, exciting results. And you can create these trendy effects too, using a few essential tools and Photoshop. Hey everyone, my name is Melody Nieves for Envato Tuts+. And I'm super excited to bring you this course, How to Create a Double Exposure Effect in Adobe Photoshop. I'm a digital artist and instructor with over 400 articles online, and someone who just loves to share the art of creation with everyone. So in this course, we'll learn the key tips and tricks for creating cool and professional looking double exposures using portraits, cityscapes, and so much more. Let's take a sneak peek at our lessons. First, we'll tackle the do's and don'ts of double exposures, find out which photography works best, and learn all the essential tools to help make images fit perfectly together. Then we'll jump into each effect. Inspired by a lovely series of photos and assets from Envato Elements, we'll take advantage of this amazing subscription to create a cityscape, duotone, and surreal themed double exposure effect. So ready to get started? Me too! Let's begin with the next lesson.

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