In today’s Photoshop tutorial I’m going to show you a simple technique to create what has become known as double colour exposure, where two images are overlaid to produce an interesting effect with contrasting colours. It’s a similar visual style to 3D anaglyph images, or the overprint effect used in old school print designs. The steps to create the basic double colour exposure are very simple, so stick around until the end to also see a few additional tips and tricks to add colour grading effects to finish off the artwork.
► Example 1 images: https://spoon.graphics/373OkbZ & https://spoon.graphics/3r6EBsb
► Example 2 images: https://spoon.graphics/3Jlkc92 & https://spoon.graphics/3v5BMZA
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