Double exposure, or multiple exposure, is a photographic technique that combines two different images into a single frame. Haunting, dreamy, and gorgeous all at once, these kinds of photos make you stare awhile. Check out these amazing examples:
If you’re stuck in monotony, try this! Even if you don’t have a camera that does multiple exposures, explore your possibilities in Photoshop. If you need some tips, check out our article how to make a double exposure. Feel free to share your results on our Facebook or Google+. Have fun!
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