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Notice the lighting? That's the secret. You can't take something shot in flat daylight and get the same effect.
With two shots like the example you linked to, you just set one of them to Screen blend mode (which mimics a traditional double exposure). It works because of the large areas in darkness.
If you post the images you want to use, you might get more specific advice - despite what we like to think here, we*re not clairvoyant
Thanks a lot, that's probably what I missed. Back to my experiments!
Thank you, I never thought about that could be also a problem of day/night lights. I'm working with images I bought at a stock images sites and their TOS doesn't allow me to post them as they are (my tries so far have been so unsuccessful that they are still as the original, one or the other). Otherwise I would have posted them
But even without posting them, your reply has been very helpful, thanks