Double Exposures - Atlanta, Ga. Photography
So, here is my attempt at creating a few. In making them, I learned a few things I'd like to share with you:
The photo with the subjects needs a light background. The second photo needs to have texture (flowers, landscapes, wood grain, any kind of texture really). Once you've selected your photos, there are three steps I think worked for me in making a double exposure in Photoshop:
- Open the background photo in Photoshop
- Drag and drop the photo with the your main subject, make sure the sizes are the same
- While your main photo is selected, choose "screen" on the Layers drop down menu
Here are a few I made with some shots from Kaleb + Roxy's Wedding. The sunflower in the first photo is from their Engagement Session last summer. Enjoy!