The images are made by exposing a single frame twice. Of course, the convenience of Photoshop makes this technique rather simple to do, but that’s just not as fun as doing these in camera.

The following are artists who have mastered the technique; camera or photoshop


Dan Mountford is a freelance graphic designer and photographer residing in Brighton, England. He is most well known for his stunning double exposure photography, which he describes as “a visual journey through our minds by calm and tidy means which the reality of everyday life does not show”.

He has been working freelance for four years with several notable clients from around the world & held a solo exhibition in Paris, France.

Be sure to follow Dan:

Alberto Seveso

Alberto Seveso is an Italian artist that often mixes photography with illustration to produce stunning works of art. Uses Adobe Photoshop to accomplishes his effects; amazing color & shapes.

His passion for graphic arts started in the 1990s when he was fascinated by the graphics of skate decks and the cover of music CD of metal bands. From this passion he started teaching himself how to reproduce this kind of artwork.

He is now working as a freelance in Bristol – UK

Be sure to follow Alberto:

Sarah Byrne double-exposure-239

Sarah K. Byrne,  a photographer from Portland, Oregon—who won a Fearless Award for multiple exposure photography. She works with along side her husband capturing fine art, wedding, and educational photography.

Always experimenting and pushing forward, Sara is drawn to light, movement, texture, and the inherent beauty of people. Combining all of these qualities, Sara recently experimented with double exposing images using the Canon Mark III. The results are spectacular, and the original shots were all implemented within the camera.

Want to learn how to create these amazing images – check out her video below!

Sara & Dylan shoot every wedding together!

Be sure to also check out Sarah & Dylan’s work: