Double Exposure Techniques

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


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This is a tutorial designed to help you master double exposures. I cover the following:

  • The basics of doing them in camera
  • My personal favorite technique
  • How to create them in Photoshop
  • Screen Recording of me making doubles in photoshop

I do not cover camera settings and how to set your camera to do double exposures. Mostly because I can only speak for Canon, and how they work. After purchase if you’re still confused on how to do them in camera (if your camera allows it), I would be happy to talk you through it.



4 reviews for Double Exposure Techniques

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I’ve always had a weird fear of attempting a double exposure on a wedding day, mostly because it feels time consuming and it’s a lot of me looking at the back of my camera and not focused on the couple. After going through Brandi’s tutorial, I realized that it doesn’t have to be that way. She goes into detail on shooting them straight in camera, but also has detailed photoshop examples and explanations. This tutorial is well written, thought out, and is worth looking into if you’ve ever had anxiety about shooting a double exposure.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    I have been trying to figure out double exposures on my own and doing “okay” but I knew it could be better. I found Brandi’s tutorial to be very clear and the added videos that show exactly what she’s doing were really refreshing as a lot of times with tutorials I feel as though people are left wondering. I think there’s plenty of different examples to show the different ways in which this can be achieved. If this is something you’ve been wanting to learn at an affordable price, jump on it.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    Honestly, this is a brilliant tutorial. I’ve been in love with, but in the dark about, in-camera double exposure techniques for basically my whole photography career. Brandi explains the process so that it feels simple and totally doable. Not to mention her tutorials on doing them in photoshop! Mind. Blown. She made the process feel absolutely accessible. Her writing is candid and honest and her instructions easily understood throughout. This is definitely a valuable tutorial — especially if you’ve been struggling to implement double exposures in your own work but, like me, finding the perfect technique still difficult to grasp.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Twyla Jones

    I was so wildly inspired after taking Brandi’s class that I grabbed my camera to go try out her techniques immediately after finishing the content. Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom and creativity!

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