3D Glitch Exposure in Photoshop

3D Glitch Exposure in Photoshop

3D Glitch Exposure
Kinsley tries her hand at an easy 3D Glitch Exposure effect in Photoshop.

Super easy to do tutorial using mainly just colors and lighting to create a 3D Glitch Exposure effect in Photoshop.  We also talk about being destructive and non-destructive in Photoshop.

We start out with taking two pictures, with two separate poses. This effect works best with a solid color background. Once you get both images brought into Photoshop, double-click on the top layer to bring up layer styles.  Find the sections with channels and uncheck the R checkbox. Bam! Done!

Well, there is a little more to it than that but it only gets better from here.  Check out the video and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to see more.

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