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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to replace a face.
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Hey everyone and welcome to another Robert’s Production Studios Video Tutorial. Today, we’re going to be showing you a little trick in a Photoshop. How to replace people’s faces, in this case Arnold Schwarzenegger face. We’re going to replace his face with one of these pictures that I have down here.
Well, I was looking around Flickr and I found a picture of this guy with the inner brow man and this guy/man lady, half lady and half man. I don’t think it will be a good idea to replace Arnold Schwarzenegger’s face with a man lady. So let’s just put that picture away and use inner brow man.
What we’re going to do for inner brow man is something that’s really annoying me is this inner brow. So what I’m going to do is I’m just going to kind of like take it away and I’m going to use the Clone stamp tool. Hold down Alt to pick the area that you want to clone and just work like this. It kind of cleans up his inner brow just a little bit. I'm sorry if I mess up with some spots but I just want to do this real fast before we do anything to do this guy.
Alright, now that we have his inner brow taken away, I’m going to take the Lasso tool okay and we’re just going to pick a portion of his face. I’m going to take all this. We don’t need his ear and maybe his neck, his chin. I’m just doing real as real fast, your selection probably be a lot better than mine. Now you’re going to right click layer be a copy and we’re going to bring this to layer to new Arnold Schwarzenegger’s picture.
By the way, when I did the Lasso tool, I had the feather set to three pixels up here. We;re going to go here and we’re going to hit Control-T to bring the size of this picture down a little bit and we’re actually going to want to bring the size of the picture down to match his face. So I’m going to bring the opacity of this photo down just like that. Put it over his face and try to match it up with the size and stuff. He’s going to really be looking towards the side but that’s alright.
Now that you’ve done that, you could press enter. Let’s move it over here just a little bit and we’re going to bring the opacity of the photo back up. The next thing we’re going to do were going to match the colors and make it blended. Actually, if you want to make it look a little better, we can go to edit, transform, perspective and bring down the perspective of this image just a little bit. Grab this little square to the right and just drag it down and you’ll make it move like that and press enter.
Now we’re going to do something called match color. The first thing I’m going to do is I’m going to click on this layer zero which is Arnold Schwarzenegger’s body and all that. We’re going to select the Lasso tool and we’re going to actually on view the layer one were it shows his face. We’re going to turn off the visibility for him and we’re going to select Arnold’s face with the Lasso tool, just like that. We’re going to right click and select layer V a copy then we’re going to make this layer one visible again and we’re going to turn off the visibility, well that’s fine.
In layer two, it doesn’t matter if it’s visible or not. What we’re going to do is going to click on layer one which is our new face and then we’re going to image adjustments, match color. We’re going to go here to source. I'm going to choose 015.jpg which is the name of this Arnold Schwarzenegger picture 015.jpg and we’re going to choose a layer to which is the one that we made and you can see a kind of fix his face but we can change the settings here like the woman and made his face really yellow.
We can kind of fade this a little bit, bring this up just like so, click Okay and then what you want to do is we can go up here, use the Clone Stamp Tool. Bring the size of the Clone Stamp Tool down a little bit. I’m going to hold down Alt and we’re going to select the top area of his forehead and we’re just kind of like and see if this even works. Is this working, do I do this?
Actually what we’re going to do is we’re going to select the Clone Stamp Tool again. We’re going to hold down Alt and select this part of his forehead. And then we’re going to color the rest of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s forehead the color of this guys face. Alright, we can go and just a little bit closer, mine that can be perfect but get the idea and that’s how you replace somebody’s face in Adobe Photoshop.
So we’ve got this guy with the inner brow man. We fixed his inner brow and we change his face up and put it here into Arnold Schwarzenegger’s face. That is how you do a face replacement in Photoshop so just thought this maybe helpful. Hopefully it was. If you’re on YouTube please write, comment and subscribe.
One thing I want to actually tell you is that our upcoming tutorials just to let you know we’re going to have a lightning tutorial. Shows you how to do some lightning in a Photoshop and a web 2.0 logo tutorials. These tutorials are brought to you by PhotoShopTalent.com. They were from PhotoShopTalent.com and I’m just making video tutorials from them. This face replacement tutorial I made up, this is actually from us. We thought of this and hopefully it’s helpful. Maybe there’s easier way to do it but this is the way that I can show you how. This is the easiest way I know of doing it.
I want to let you know our new website RPStudios.web44.net, that is our new website. We’ve been working on that lately, that’s why we kind of delayed our tutorials but we are now back and soon we will be purchasing a paid domain and helpfully its Robert’s productions.net or Robert’s production studios.net but for now it’s RPStudios.web44.net.
Once again thank you for watching, I’m Robert from Robert’s production video and until next time, take care.