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Double Exposure Photoshop Action

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Tested and optimized for use on Photoshop CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6, CC


  1. Open the action (for that go to: Window / Actions, click on menu icon at the right and choose in list "Load Actions..." then find the action on your computer and open it;

  2. Open your background image, Your background image must necessarily be called "Background"

  3. Place your second image, it's desirable "png" file without background (for that go to: File / Place and choose the image what you need);

  4. Find action in the action list and open it and click play (before you click play button make sure than the second photo are selected (NOT A BACKGROUND LAYER));

  5. Wait a few seconds that Photoshop make all actions (speed of action work depends of the power of your computer);

  6. Then change the colors and contrast if you need (you can use included gradients);

  7. Ready! just save.


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  • easy to use;
  • amazing results with your photos;

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Only for English Photoshop and German

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