Mark Duffy is an Irish photographer, graphic designer, and drummer with a shaved head and a glorious beard. He has a pretty slick new YouTube channel where he intends to teach people how he goes about editing his photos using Photoshop and Lightroom. In this video Duffy teaches us how to create double exposures in Photoshop.
I know how to make double exposures in Photoshop, as do most Photoshop enthusiasts. I might not be good at them, but that just means I need to practice (there, that's my self-kindness done for the day). That's not to say that you won't learn something different here because even though we know how to do certain things with these magical programs, everyone has their own methods that they pick up along the way. For me personally, it's refreshing to hear an Irish accent presenting a photo editing tutorial, and this guy comes from County Louth, an area with an accent that other Irish people find difficult to understand. Thankfully though, not only is Duffy easy to understand, but his presentation style is easygoing and oftentimes humorous.
In the video, Duffy goes through everything you need to do to create a double exposure by using your own images, including non-destructive editing, smart objects, layer masks, and curves adjustments to make your double exposure pop.