Step 1- Select an image and open it in Adobe Photoshop. I usually use one image of my own that I want to restyle and look for a different image online. (Google images and stock photos are great sources for background” images):

I haven't checked the actual web-site as I don't use Photoshop, but I love the effect and can see me using this myself. Where I pinned it from said "How to Create a "Double Exposure" in Photoshop — Daily Epiphanie"

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Sparkler Photography- hello everyone, it’s photographer Jennifer Valencia here with a tutorial on how to photograph trailing light from holiday sparklers and still have a person’s face show up clearly.


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How to take pictures of your Christmas Tree, by August Tea Photography.

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Shoot Hazy and Ethereal Photos Using a Sandwich Bag and Colored Markers || Photographer Jesse David McGrady has a super simple trick for adding a hazy, ethereal effect to your photographs: wrap a plastic sandwich bag around your lens.

Shoot Hazy and Ethereal Photos Using a Sandwich Bag and Colored Markers

This not only is part of Equipment but it is also a Technique. Its also used to protect the camera as well. Photography tip - glowing light using a plastic bag around the lens