Photoshop Tutorial – Double Exposure Cinemagraph – Photoshop Tutorial

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In this tutorial, we’ll see how to create an awesome #DoubleExposure #Cinemegraph using Adobe Photoshop, Where we will take a photo and blend it with a video to create a mesmerizing moving image, and then we’ll see how to export our finale creation into a .GIF format, and we’ll also see how to render it as a video so we can publish it on Instagram.

→Project File: http://bit.ly/Double-Exposure-Cinemagraph

—Stock:
——➤IMPORTANT: Any stocks are used for preview and tutorial purposes only.

-Photo by César Rincón
-Image: https://unsplash.com/photos/XHVpWcr5grQ

-Video: https://www.videvo.net/video/time-lapse:-day-to-night-city/2644/

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✖Before you start watching, notice that this tutorial was made using Windows OS, so for Mac users simply alter Ctrl with CMD, and Alt with the Opt key.

P.S. My English still sucks.

on the web:
—YouTube→ https://goo.gl/xBIhuH
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—Twitter→ https://goo.gl/0rNUhj
—Instagram→ https://goo.gl/JyWTUv

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Info:
●Photo Effects made in Adobe Photoshop CC (always the latest version)
●Video Editing made in Adobe After Effect and Camtasia for zooming and cursor highlights
●Screencast with Camtasia Studio 9
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