Photoshop Animated Double Exposure

Photoshop Animated Double Exposure

November 16, 2019 0 By Peter Engel


Open your three tabs (blank canvas, your main or model picture, and your background picture) Use the quick select tool to select your model for your double exposure and the CMD+C to copy it CMD+V to paste it Use CMD+T to resize the image and place it wherever you want to on the canvas Once you have your image in place you will have to CMD+Click on the model image in the layers tab to select it Once it is selected move down to the mask tool and mask the image Once the image has been masked you can move down to the adjustment layers tab and choose Black & White Clip to the model image Reds: 8, Yellows: 110, Greens: 40, Cyans: 300, Blues: 50, Magentas: 300 Switch to the background image Unlock the image (not shown) and CMD+Click on the image in the layers tab and CMD+C the image Switch back to the canvas and CMD+V to paste the image Resize the image, make sure to have some hang off (this will be needed to animate) Change opacity to 50% Open the blending options on the tree image and set it to “Linear Dodge (Add)” CMD+Click the mask on the model and select “Add Mask To Selection” Click on the tree layer and then mask it to apply the selected mask Click the linking chains in between the layer and the mask to unlink them (required for animating) You can then drag the mask from the model into the trash Make sure you select “Delete” on the little popup Next you will press the “Create Your Video Timeline” Use the sliding bar at the bottom of the screen to shrink down or grow the length of the animation Click on the dropdown menu for the layer you would like to animate (in this case Layer 2) Add a keyframe for the “position” category Drag the little blue bar to the other end of your animation length and place another keyframe Make sure you are on the movement tool and then use the arrow keys to move the tree image around Move the keyframe to the beginning and then add another keyframe at the end Repeat this process until desired effect Be careful of trees moving past the image, this can be fixed by moving it back the other way Enjoy πŸ™‚