Spring 2012

Spring 2012
by ani

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If the double-exposure effect you're going for is the traditional multiple-exposure look of images overlaid on each other, you can simply place each image on a separate layer and adjust the transparency of the top layer(s) or multiply the layers. If the double-exposure effect you're going for is the one-image-inside-the-head of a portrait, you place the ...



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