Create the Double Exposure Effect Without Photoshop

The double exposure effect is an interesting way to combine two ideas in the same image. You can create this by using tools like Photoshop. But on your Mac, there is also a way to do it using Apple's Keynote app. You can cut out an image using Instant Alpha and place another image in that space. You can then blend it with the original image.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Create the Double Exposure Effect Without Photoshop”

    Will
    1 week ago

    Great stuff!

    Pam Dolan
    1 week ago

    Could this process be done on Pages as well?

    1 week ago

    Pam: Should be able to. Try it. If not, you can always do it in Keynote and export. Or it may even work to group together the elements, copy and paste.

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