Apply this filter to recreate the exclusively analog effect of two image captures in one frame. Choose to add a second image to layer with the first, or layer and offset the same image twice for infinite variety.
Filter Settings Panel Description
|Second Exposure:||By default, the original image is duplicated as the second exposure. Click the "+" button to add a different .tif or .jpg image as the second exposure.|
|Exposure:||Protects the overall brightness and contrast of the single image that results from the double exposure.|
|Exposure Balance:||Controls the opacity of the Second Exposure.|
To see the Double Exposure filter in action, see below:Inside your Camera Kit: The Double Exposure Tool
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