11 Jun Creating a multi-exposure effect in Capture One

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In this Capture One quick video, I show you how to create a multi-exposure, or lens reflection effect directly in Capture One without using any additional software.

I discovered this completely by accident. I was working on a different image, and I had created a gradient adjustment. I wanted to delete part of the mask, and so I went to erase it using the erase tool, but I clicked on the heal tool by mistake. When I drew the mask, the whole chunk of the image was duplicated, and I went… hmmm…interesting.

Incidentally, you can add up to 9 heal layers in Capture One, and this allows you to control the opacity of each overlay separately. Incidentally, the reason I used the leal tool instead of the clone tool, apart from the fact that I discovered it by accident, but the way it tries to blend it seems to work a little better.

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