Having fun with double exposures

Yesterday, can’t remember how, but I came across a mobile app for creating double exposures on an iPad (or phone, for that matter)..Duomatic. A whole lot of fun trying to work out which image combinations would work well using this app, given it’s limitations.

Now, adept use of Photoshop on a desktop computer is going to be a gazillion times better than this, but for a bit of fun it’s worth a go…and, of course, if you see a combination you think could be improved, you can always head back to the desktop and put some serious hours in!

I have created double exposures trying combinations of my images, and also a word cloud from the draft of one of my poems, just to see if text would overlay well enough.

Please let me know if you like any! Here goes, for a few examples:


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