Double Exposure Editing | PicsArt Editing Tutorial In BD| Double Exposure Effect - Picsart Tutorial

Double Exposure Editing | PicsArt Editing Tutorial In BD| Double Exposure Effect - Picsart Tutorial



  • DOUBLE EXPOSURE

    Double Exposure

    In this tutorial, we'll show you how to combine photographs and Clipart to create a stunning multiple exposure image. (Hint: It's a lot easier than it looks!)

    Step 1

    Open a portrait with a plain white background. Tap on the Add Photo icon and select a picture of a tree.




    Step 2

    Use the arrow icon in the bottom
    right corner to enlarge the image. Use the circular arrows icon in the upper right corner to adjust the orientation. Drag the entire added image to place it.


    Step 3

    Tap on the “Normal” text to view your blending mode options and select “Lighten.” Tap on the check mark to confirm.

    Step 4

    Tap on the Clipart icon.

    Step 5

    Select the Abstractions package.

    Step 6

    Select the Clipart you’d like to use. 

    Step 7

    Tap on the colorful square to open the Color Chooser.

    Step 8

    Select a dark blue color and tap on the check mark to confirm.


    Step 9

    Adjust the size and orientation of the Clipart (as you did in Step 2). Use the slider to lower the opacity of the Clipart. Tap on the paintbrush icon.

    Step 10 

    Use your finger or stylus to erase the portion of the Clipart that overlaps with the portrait. Tap on the check mark to confirm.

    Step 11

    Tap on the Add icon and select Clipart.

    Step 12

    Continue adding Clipart to your image. When you’re done, tap on the check mark to confirm. 

    Step 13

     Tap on the Effect icon.

    Step 14

    Select the Twilight Effect from the Fx section and tap on the check mark to confirm.

    Step 15

    Tap on the Mask icon.

    Step 16

    Select the Light 20 Mask from the Lights section. Close the pop-up menu by tapping on the X in the bottom left corner.

    Step 17

    Use the sliders to adjust the opacity and the hue of your mask. Tap on the check mark to confirm.

    Step 18

    Save your work and s

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