Double Exposure portraiture has been around for a while. It exploded a few years ago along with DSLR usage. For me, it took a while to jump on the bandwagon and give it a try, but I've found it's really easy and a lot of fun.
This portrait was a combination of the forest and a regular headshot. It took a few tries to understand how to line everything up, but overall, getting the hang of double exposures is simple.
What you need:
My downloadable tutorial is for the Canon 5D mk iv DSLR. If you have an older model, such as the 5D mk iii, you’re good to go, too.
If you have a different camera and you know how to initiate the multiple exposure mode, this tutorial will help you achieve a balanced shot as well.