In my previous tutorial, I showed you how to combine two photos together to get the pose you want. Now, I’m going to show you how to use the same technique to change FACES on your photos! Be honest with me. How many photos do you have where your child is looking the wrong way? Perhaps you have more than one kid and at least one of them is making a goofy face or my personal favorite, digging for gold, in the middle of a family-portrait moment.
Awww … sweet photographic memories!
(Don’t toss the originals for goodness sakes! They will come in handy when they get to be teenagers. These precious photos will be perfect to show all of their friends and prospective dates when needed. Parenting perks! Ha!)
Things to keep in mind while you transform a face:
- The middle anchor points will affect the perspective as a whole, while the corner anchor points will transform the size.
- Aspirin is in the cupboard.
|So, here is our original:|
|And here is our final result:|
Pretty cool, huh! Just in case you missed it, I have one more example for the cheap seats in the back.
Ahhh … Holiday Cheer!
And now this family will have a cheerful family Christmas card photo to send:
Thank you so much for joining me during this learning adventure. It is my fondest wish that you had fun and more importantly, learned something new! May this season find you all filled with love, happiness, maybe some fruitcake (eh) or even eggnog (yay!) and the beauty of this Holiday.
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