Hybrid Image Optical Illusion (Photoshop Tutorial)

- December 5, 2016

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Hybrid Imagery is an optical illusion that can be applied to photography. What you do is Overlay two photos on top of one another (one high-pass image and one blurred image) and then view the image from different distances. If you view it up-close, you will see the high-pass image, but if you view it from far away, you will see the blurry image. If done with good technique, each image is seen separately but does not deviate from reality. See MUCH more: http://pa-z.us/trick-photography-effects

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  • there is a famous example of this, go to google images and write "marilyn monroe einstein"

    Daniel Cettour - 46 months ago

  • Mega pickles :)

    Adam Lewis Music - 50 months ago

  • Canon EOS 700D

    CaraMelt - 51 months ago

  • Been checking out your tutorials for a few days and hands down you are the best teacher in camera work I've come across. Keep up the good work, friend.

    Johnny B - 51 months ago

  • canon eos t3i, sl1, nikon d3100 etc...

    Dani meleón - 52 months ago

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