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Westin: Devonian Room

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Thursday, February 6 • 8:30am - 3:00pm
Double Exposure in Photoshop Sorry! Sold out!

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You’ve probably seen this interesting effect of two or more overlapping photos on the covers of music albums, in modern magazines and in advertisements. In this workshop, we’ll create a trendy double exposure effect in Adobe Photoshop with the help of Blending Modes and layer masks in a few steps. In photography, multiple exposure is a combination of two or more exposures to create a single image. Initially, this is a technique in which the camera shutter is opened more than once to expose the film multiple times, usually to different images. However, with our modern software, we can easily recreate a similar effect in Adobe Photoshop. Participants will create a double exposure project and print it out using a large-format printer to take home. Be sure to bring in your own photos that you want to use, or you can use some photos online. It's more personal if you have your own photos to use. (bring your own photos on your thumb drive or SD card or email them to yourself) Once we have your product on the computer, we will be printing the images off so you can take them home and frame if desired. Some Photoshop experience would be an asset, but we will help whoever shows up, to get a professional looking product.

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Jim Letts

Jim Letts teaches Communication Technology full time at Memorial Composite High School in Stony Plain. He enjoys engaging students in discovering the techniques used in digital imaging, screen printing and computer graphics. Jim has made presentations on CTS-related subjects including... Read More →


Thursday February 6, 2020 8:30am - 3:00pm MST
Offsite - Stony Plain