Using Double-Exposure Photography in Producer

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Using Double-Exposure Photography in Producer

Postby Aida » Mon Feb 01, 2016 5:02 pm

Here's an interesting post on today's Photodex Blog about Double Exposure Photography.
In case you haven't seen this recent post, here's the link:
:arrow: http://www.proshowblog.com/2016/02/create-a-double-exposure-look-with-masking/

To quote Photodex:
"There’s been a pretty strong resurgence of double-exposure photography. We’ve seen it in
places like HBO’s’ The Leftovers’ opening credits. And, 500px recently posted this round-up of some
really extraordinary double-exposure shots." [snip]
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"We decided to give this technique a whirl and see what would happen when you add motion to the mix!"

Photodex has a step-by-step tutorial on how to create a double exposure look in Producer, using masks.
And a YouTube video of the results.

Well, I feel tempted to experiment with this -- one of these days when I have time to spare . . .
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Re: Using Double-Exposure Photography in Producer

Postby seektheburd » Wed Feb 03, 2016 4:09 am

Pretty neat! Thanks for posting the link Aida.

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