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You can use this effect too. Inspired by photography and cinematography, lots of modern web designers start using double exposure as a background on their websites. Originally, the effect was made in Photoshop (or in other visual art software) and then transferred to a website, but that method is not necessary now. I use Elementor Page Builder to create websites, and recently they added functionality that creates different effects right on the page, and one of the functionalities is the double exposure effect. Photoshop is now unnecessary (at least for some effects), and you don’t need to shift back and forth between different programs. Let me show how you can create double exposure portraits via Elementor functionality.
Stunning double exposure portrait in a few simple steps
The first thing you should do is to open your website dashboard, choose Pages > Add New and hit the “Edit with Elementor” button. Make sure you updated your Elementor plugin, or the new design functions won’t be available to you.
Click the dark-red “Add Section” button, and in “Layout” block set the Content Width to “Full Screen” and Height to “Min Height” (move the slider to get the best size for your screen).
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