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ExposureX2 - Advanced Photo Effects

Get seriously cool double exposure effects with ExposureX2. Doing a quick Google image search on double exposure brings up some amazing creations but to achieve effects like this requires quite a long process. So that's why I've made a smart PSD which lets you do it just a few clicks.

Even more, I've teamed up with Photographer Justin Fennert, to include 7 pre-cutout portraits and over 30 photos that can make your own creations with.

This Photoshop document requires just a basic knowledge of layer masks using the eraser tool and that's it! Check out the video run through to see how to produce the effects in just minutes. Video:

/// Use the PDF guide to see how to achieve the difference effects ///

So what's included in the download? • ExposureX2 PSD

  • 3000 x 2000px (Landscape, Portrait and Square)
  • 4500 x 3000px (Landscape, Portrait)
  • US Letter 8.5x11" (Landscape, Portrait)

• 7 Cutout Portraits by Justin Fennert • 30 Photos (Industrial, Cityscapes, Woodland, Nature) by Justin Fennert • 15 Color Washes (B&W, Sepia, Color) • 4 Film Grain Textures (PNG & Vector) • ExposureX2 PDF Instruction Guide

Requirements: • This is only for Photoshop, not Elements or Illustrator. • Basic knowledge of Photoshop and using layer masks. • Works in Photoshop CS3 or higher.

Please contact me via the messaging system with any support on this product.

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