Hey, hi, hello there aloha etc. So in GT we are working on a thing called double exposed portraits. What is double exposed portraits you might be metaphorically thinking well i'm literally typing to you that double exposed portraits are silhouettes with another picture in the silhouettes (Picture-ception). Now then you may be metaphorically asking yourself, why in the world would i want to make a double exposed portrait I dunno, they’re cool or something.
Soooooooo how to make a double exposed portrait well if i'm boring you can always look over HERE to find out (Is there a link there, no? ah i’ll just fix it up in post). Well obviously we can't make a picture without pictures so hold your camera vertically and take a picture of someone (Or just selfie it or whatever). Then you need a landscape slap those into photoshop and onto step number two. So once you got your pictures load them into a stack and get cooking, use the dodge tool to make the area around your face white then quick select that face copy and paste and disable the old portrait. now you got that stuff done double click to the sides of your layer and choose layer option screen, while i'm pretty sure you can use any transparent option thats what we are using. And finally, fiddle around with it, go have fun just play with the color overlay until you find something you like and thats pretty much it simplified at least.
My first double exposed portrait (Which I believe I have shown) shows wires and grass. The wires represent my interest in electronics; The grass showing my love of nature. The other portrait is a bit more complex. The gate represents my open personality and the computer parts represent my complexity. Now I don't see much room for improvement other than my eyes are not shown well, so if… Wait I saved it as a PSD.
This is Micah, whitening an eye peace!
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My name is Micah A. Miller and I'm a student at Kapa'a Middle. I love my friends and family. If you are reading this, I want to thank you because you have taken time to learn a bit more about me!