Creating a Double Exposure in ON1 Photo 10 [Video]

By | 2018-06-02T16:31:18+00:00 July 22nd, 2016|5 Comments

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.

About the Author:

Nicole S. Young is a professional photographer and published author whose love of photography and teaching has grown into an online business where she creates training materials and resources for other photographers. Nicole is best known for her books on food photography, but is widely versed in a variety of photographic genres, including landscape, travel, lifestyle, and even underwater photography. You can learn more about Nicole's work on her website, nicolesy.com.

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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