How to Create a Double Exposure Effect with AKVIS Chameleon

Double Exposure Mode

AKVIS Chameleon works in five modes: Montage, Chameleon, Blend, Emersion, and Double Exposure.

Double Exposure mode is based on the real-world technique used by photographers. Two images are superimposed into a single photo using different blend modes and taking into account the luminance values. Darker background pixels are replaced with lighter pixels of a fragment, and darker pixels of a fragment are replaced with lighter background pixels.

The most popular is combining landscape scenes with human portraiture where a silhouette darkens an overlay photo or appears isolated on a blank background with an overlay image showing through it.

 

Follow the instructions to create a double-exposure effect using AKVIS Chameleon:

 

Watch the following video for more processing examples:

 

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