How to Replace Facial Features and Missing Body Parts


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Replacing facial features and missing body parts

Damage can occur in a photo in the most inconvenient places, causing limbs or eyes to be damaged, or even missing. You can borrow limbs or eyes from the same or other images to fix this, but you need to practice. It's a good idea to practice on undamaged photos to get a feel for how body parts should go. In this image I'm going to demonstrate borrowing one eye to replace another eye. This photo isn't damaged, but it will work well for practicing the techniques I am going to show you. We will begin by using Ctrl+J on a PC, Command+J on a Mac, to duplicate our original image.

Start off with simple images, ones that have both eyes facing front, both arms showing, only facing slightly to the left or to the right. Once you master the simple poses, you can move into the more complicated poses, or bring in outside elements. The Library of Congress digital collection has a lot of great public-domain photographs like this one that you can practice on, if you don't have any of your ow...

Replacing facial features and missing body parts
Video duration: 5m 55s 3h 53m Intermediate

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Replacing facial features and missing body parts provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Janine Smith as part of the Photo Restoration with Photoshop

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