It's very cold in New York this weekend. Rather than venture out with a camera, I decided to stay indoors and catch up on some Photoshop projects I've been saving up. Here is the first one, a double exposure of a model photographed against a neutral background and combined with an image of a tree I captured last year in Central Park.
The single bank strobe lighting up the front of the model's face left deep shadows on the sides and rear making it easy to combine the two images by changing the layer with the portrait to "lighten". That way all the dark shadows allowed the bottom tree layer to shine through.