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Double Exposure Action

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Set of 4 Photoshop actions to simulate a Double Exposure Effect. It can be combined with any other actions as it doesn't modify the color.

Looks great used along these actions:

Bleach: http://crtv.mk/eX8x

Caramel: http://crtv.mk/jZHG

Charcoal: http://crtv.mk/bY8D

Urban Shift: http://crtv.mk/eY9O

Features:

  • 1 action - 4 variations.
  • Works great in pictures with medium to high exposure.
  • Help file is included.
  • Final effect is editable.
  • Works with Photoshop in any language.
  • Built and optimized to have the fewest steps possible, making the actions run fast!

Image in previews 1 and 2 courtesy of http://www.chloelisabeth.com/


Basic Instructions: Open an image with your subject, preferably a picture with light background. Run the action and it will ask you for the second image, preferably a landscape.

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How do I contact support?

If you need help with a product contact the shop owner here on the product page! Just click the Message icon on the upper right. For anything else visit our FAQ

How do I install Photoshop actions?

1.- Unzip the downloaded file
2.- Double click the .atn file (Photoshop will launch if you don't have it open)

Your action is broken, it keeps telling me certain steps can't be done.

Please refer to the help file included in the download, it includes steps to configuring Photoshop for best results.

Does this action work in Photoshop Elements?

The action set has 4 actions, only ONE works in Photoshop Elements, the other 2 use channel calculations, which is a feature Elements doesn't have.