The Double Exposure Project consisted of taking a portrait picture and a landscape picture. The pen tool was used to cut out the portrait picture. Then, the landscape picture was placed inside the portrait picture, and the opacity was changed. The end product is a silhouette with both the subject and the landscape showing through.
For my project, I took a picture of Andy Truong to use as my portrait picture. For the landscape, I took a picture of a tree with orange blooming flowers on it. I used these pictures together because the outcome had the branch replicating Andy’s body and the top of the tree replicated his head which displayed a unique and artistic style.