2. Duplicate that layer five times by pressing Command + J to duplicate the layer (or go to layer- duplicate layer).
3. Take the "eyeballs" off each layer (keeping it on the background layer) so that you don't see them as you're working.
4. As you work on each layer, make sure you select that layer and the eyeball so you can see what you're doing.
5. Move each layer over slightly to the right. Hit enter. Do for all five layers.
6. Once you are done moving all five layers, select all the layers including the background layer by clicking on them individually and pressing command + click.
8. After all the layers are selected, go to layer- smart objects- convert to smart objects. It may take a little time to render.
9. Select smart objects- stack mode- mean. Wait again.
10. You will get an Impressionistic look to the photo.
11. Adjust as desired in Photoshop.
12. Save as lastname-firstname-impressionistic.jpg and put in the 04-06-2018 Multiple Exposure folder.
Do the same thing with spiraling with a separate photo- instead of moving it over slightly to the right, for each layer you will go to edit- rotate and rotate it slightly clockwise.
Follow the same directions as above and save as
lastname-firstname-spiral.jpg and put in the 04-06-2018 Multiple Exposure folder.