Photographer Shares How She Makes Dreamy Double Exposure Portraits


Bulgaria-based photographer Aneta Ivanova continues to impress us with her beautifully blended portraits. She first caught our attention last July when we noticed how she stunningly layered both cityscapes and landscapes into female figures. Her work reminds us of Christoffer Relander’s or Dan Mountford’s, except there’s a delicacy and beauty about hers that makes them feel dreamy or even surreal.

Many of her Facebook fans have asked Aneta to share a tutorial on how she makes these portraits. Interestingly, they’re not “double exposures” in the truest sense of the word (or phrase) in that they’re not done in camera. These portraits are actually created in Photoshop. You can see her easy, step-by-step tutorial below.








Aneta Ivanova on Facebook



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