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Creative Multi-Exposure

A Masters Academy member by the name of Matteo posted on the Masters Forum Facebook group asking how to reproduce a look he had seen on various web sites. This lesson is an attempt to answer that question. The technique involves capturing multiple exposures of a subject from slightly different positions and then combining them into a composite image in Photoshop. A well known photographer by the name of Pep Ventosa uses this technique effectively.

Note: The downloadable practice images for this lesson have been compressed into a .zip archive. You’ll need to double-click on the file after downloading to extract its contents before attempting to use the images in Photoshop.



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