Last month, we shared some work by Alon Avissar, where he implemented double exposure photography by putting together different models with different seasons. The results were both colorful and incredibly eye-catching.
So how did it all get put together? Photographer Andrew Klokow sat down and made a quick, easy to follow tutorial for us, and it’ll show you exactly that. Though it doesn’t involve the seasonal aspect of the project, this video basically guides us along with a picture of a a woman and a bouquet of flowers. If you’re a wedding photographer, the tutorial might actually hold some extra interest for you.
The cool thing about double-exposure is that there’s so much that can be done with it to make a project that really draws someone’s attention. Even if there isn’t a premise, putting two photos together just always manages to look interesting. But at the end of the day, it can be tricky. With all the blending options, alignment, and opacity issues working with double exposure brings onto the table, it can be a bit frustrating. So take this video and start off with the basics; after you get the hang of it, you’ll start experimenting more and more down the road.