I’ve gotten a few questions asking how to do the ‘double exposure’ effect I used in this photoset. It’s super easy, and can literally be done in under ten layers, depending on how elaborate you want to be.
To start off with, double exposure is one of my favorite photography and film tricks. If you’ve never seen it done, check out a lot of gorgeous examples here and be inspired. One of my favorite ways of using double exposure is taking a portrait and overlaying it with trees, so I wanted to do that for my Doctor Who artwork.
I couldn’t find links to Supernatural for a while. I found some, but in case anyone else is having difficulties with that - here they all are. (They’re all putlocker/sockshare links; if you don’t know how to use putlocker/sockshare - without downloading - just send me an ask here.) Also send me an ask if any of the links are not working.
When I can find multiple links I’m putting multiple links here in case the links that are here get removed.
Btw - putlocker and sockshare work the same way - so if you’re used to using one and not the other - they’re not actually any different so don’t worry.
Requirements: This is probably my most advanced tutorial yet, so I recommend you at least have some basic GIF-making knowledge and that you go through my beginner/intermediate tags first if you’re still relatively new to Photoshop. You should have a very good concept of how layer masks work before attempting this tutorial.