Double exposures have been around since the days of film, but thankfully, you can create them digitally now (with a lot more control over the final result too). Now is a great time to grab a couple of photos from your library and to try it out yourself, and this great video tutorial will show you how to do it in Photoshop.
Coming to you from Jesús Ramirez of the Photoshop Training Channel, this awesome video tutorial will show you how to create eye-catching double exposure images using Photoshop. In the days of film, these were created by taking a shot, then taking a second one later on without advancing the film. The issue back then was that it was very difficult to align things very precisely. Thankfully, with Photoshop, you can easily control the alignment, and it is quick and easy to try a variety of combinations. And in addition to being a great way to practice a variety of editing techniques and creative ideas, double exposures can be a fantastic thing for clients as well. Obviously, you will not be sending clients dozens of them, but as a bit of extra icing on the cake, they can be a fantastic and special add-on. Check out the video above for the full rundown and give it a try yourself!