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.
Attention! This mode is only available for Home Deluxe and Business licenses.
Follow the instructions to create a double-exposure effect using AKVIS Chameleon:
Attention: If you work with the plug-in, proceed as follows.
Use the Opacity parameter to place the fragment more precisely.
If you want to change anything, click on the Before tab and select the fragment more precisely, then press to start processing again.
You can also use the post-processing tools (Smudge , Blur , and History Brush ) to edit the result.
Watch the following video for more processing examples:
Attention: Turn the captions ON according to your language.