Using Adobe Photoshop Elements Blending Pictures techniques I show you how to do a double exposure background then how to blend that new background into a portrait photo. This Photoshop Elements Blending project demonstrates Blend Modes, Layers, and Layer Masks to make an attractive and romantic merged double exposure photo.
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This Photoshop Elements blending pictures tutorial takes you step-by-step through the complete process from beginning photos clear through to the final merged double exposure image. This training demo was recorded in Photoshop Elements 2018 but the techniques used will work just as well in Photoshop Elements 11 through the latest Photoshop Elements.
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Ashes of a Fallen Year (2019 Remaster) by Scott Buckley
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Artist: Scott Buckley
This Photoshop Elements Blending Pictures video is just one of my numerous Photoshop Elements YouTube tutorials. You can view more Photoshop Elements Tutorial Videos in these YouTube Playlists:
Adobe Photoshop Elements Essentials
Adobe Photoshop Elements Holidays
Adobe Photoshop Elements Photo Retouching
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