Creating a Double Exposure in ON1 Photo 10 [Video]

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I have recently become infatuated with creating double-exposures, and they are not as difficult to make as they look! Using layers, masking, and blending, you can take anything with a strong profile and overlay it with the photo of your choice. I prefer flowers, leaves, and trees, but there are so many possibilities!

This video will show you how I created a double-exposure using ON1 Photo 10. These techniques will work similarly in Photoshop as well; most of the processing translates to a standard layer-based workflow.

Click here to learn more about The Mask, an eBook and video tutorial on masking in ON1 Photo.
By | 2017-02-13T10:46:12+00:00 July 22nd, 2016|5 Comments

About the Author:

My name is Nicole and I'm a photographer, author, & educator living in Portland, Oregon, USA. When I'm not making photos I'm writing books and tutorials for my online store, Learn more about me and my story here.

5 Comments

  1. Coultman Photography August 1, 2016 at 3:56 pm - Reply

    Not sure if you can help me? I bought On 1 10 and my hard drive crashed and I have been trying to have on 1 help me through their support to down load the program again for my new computer and no one from this company will answer me… Do you have a phone number for them but e-mail is no working to their support people.

  2. Tinker's Realm (@TinkersRealm) August 4, 2016 at 7:38 pm - Reply

    Incredible! Thank you for generously sharing this process- Excited to work w/ dbl exposure in On1.

  3. Glen A. Fox March 13, 2017 at 1:59 pm - Reply

    Nicole,
    Thank you for all the great material you are providing. You are very skilled at using layers etc, and I wonder if you might consider producing something on creating an animated GIF. I never think to hit the video button at the time, but when I view my 10 or 20 frame high speed bursts, I see the potential. I’m thinking that I could create some animated GIFs or multiple image composites that would show the action or behaviours I observed (I’m a bird and nature photographer). My problem is that I don’t really know where to start. Thanks!

    • Nicole S. Young March 13, 2017 at 3:36 pm - Reply

      Hi Glen! You can definitely make animated gifs in Photoshop, but it might be easier to use Giphy. I prefer using that for my short animated gifs, and you can download them and keep them private. https://giphy.com/

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