expert judged
28 days
Jamie White

Double exposure effect

In association with PhotoshopCAFE

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Brief

Double Exposure is a photographic method that combines two different images into a single image. It can be achieved on Photoshop or on a standard digital or analogue camera, and the effect is often a striking blend of beauty and uniqueness. Many photographers and photo-manipulators alike are drawn to this technique due to the creativity it affords them. However you choose to do it, make sure you have fun with the process. Good luck!

Both the expert's chosen winner (as judged by Neil Burnell) and the crowd's winner will receive a $100 gift voucher to PhotoshopCAFE.

Prize details

Both the expert's chosen winner (as judged by Neil Burnell) and the crowd's winner will receive a $100 gift voucher to PhotoshopCAFE.

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Entries close
28 October 2017

Rating
28 October 2017 to 4 November 2017

Winners announced
4 November 2017

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