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Delight your loved ones and only kinda freak them out by presenting them with a photorealistic face swap made right here in PicMonkey! We'll show you how to do a photo face swap in just 3 steps. For the natural-est face swap this side of the interwebs, start by picking the right photo. The pic you choose should not only feature the two faces that you want to interchange, but both faces should be angled in a similar way.
Click Create new on the home to open a swap-worthy pic from your computer. When you open a photo in PicMonkey it's locked to the background of the canvas. You need to unlock it in order to cut out the faces which is super easy to do.
On the Layers panel click the padlock icon to unlock the photo from the background, making it into its own layer. This prepares your photo for swapization. Click the stacked blue squares in the bottom right corner to open the Layers palette. Then click the padlock icon to "unlock" the image from the background, making it its own layer. Making sure the photo layer is selected, click Erase on the Image Tools tab on the left. In broad strokes, erase everything around your first face.
You can always go back and erase more during the next steps. But if you do, you can always use the brush to paint it back on. Pro subscribers can use the background remover tool to get rid of the majority of the person's background and then fine-tune with the eraser tool. Just go to the File drop down in the upper-left of the editor and select Create new to open another copy of the original file in Hub or swap pic the original image from your desktop. Repeat the same steps above to extract the second face.
When both faces are cut out and ready, select Create new again. Open your original image one more time from your computer or create one last copy from Hub. To summon your cropped face files, select Add image on the top toolbar and select Hub. Find your your pic and add it. It may not look like it, but your file is now resting on top of the original image. Use the corner handles to size it perfectly. You can use the Fade slider to make the face slightly swap pic so it will be easier to line up the features.
If the faces are at a slight angle, you may find that flipping a face horizontally arrows next to the rotate buttons makes the features look more realistic. You can also use the eraser to smooth out any edges on the face. Use touch up tools like Skin Smoother to blend and blur the faces so the seam is less obvious. Repeat this step with the second face. Then smooth the edges one last time with the Erase tool, and take the touch up tools for a spin—try Skin Smoother or Airbrush to help the faces blend together, Spray Tan to match skin tones, or try Highlights to create a similar hair color.
Extra swap pic For a finishing touch, try flattening the image and then applying an Effect to the whole thing to pull it all together. Orton is a good choice because it slightly blurs the photo which is forgiving to some of the less-perfect edges. Extra extra tip: Wanna change any of the colors around on your photo for an even more surreal look?
Just use the Color Changer. A face swap so natural, your mom might not even be able to tell which one is really you. This article was written by PicMonkey Staff, a multicellular organism of hive-minded sub-parts who just wanna get you the ideas and information you crave, so you can make powerful images that level up your business. Log In Free Trial. Use these 3 quick steps to swap faces in PicMonkey: Open a photo with 2 faces in PicMonkey Cut out your faces using erase Place face swaps onto the original image.
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