Wednesday, September 4, 2019

How do cut you photo and attach any (celebrity) photo in Photoshop?

How do cut you photo and attach any (celebrity) photo in Photoshop?

Note :- This is Only For Practice purpose only.I am not making  fun of any kind of Celebrity.
 
Step 1
 
Select the Magnetic Lasso Tool or the Lasso Tool to make a rough selection of his head and neck.
 
 
 If you use the Magnetic Lasso Tool and didn’t select certain parts, use the Lasso Tool and activate Add To Selection. It’s better to make the selection too big than too small.
 
Step 2
 
 Press Ctrl + Shift + i to invert the selection, and delete. The background is removed.
 
 

Step 3
 
Now use the Eraser Tool to clean up the hair. Bring down the opacity to subtly remove the background, and reduce the brush size to erase some small details. Take this process slowly, as the final cutout needs to be as clean as possible.
 
 Also remove some of the dark edges around the ears and neck. Make sure the edges don’t become too soft though. With skin, it’s better to keep the brush sharp.

Step 4
 
 Now let’s bring a another photo into this.
 
 

Step5
 
 Add his head to the picture, resize his head to the right proportions, and make sure his neck starts at approximately the right location.

Don’t worry about the transition between body parts right now; look at proportions and check if the anatomy still makes sense. The difficulty here is that Tom’s neck will be proportionally thicker than Gaga’s, so if you match her neck, his head will be too small, but if you match her head, his neck will be too thick. If you were to do this professionally, you would probably split the head and neck to get all the proportions right.
Either way, in hindsight I think I made Tom’s head too big, but just go with it.
 
Step 6
 
 In the previous picture you might have noticed Gaga’s head was still visible. Here, I copied part of the background to remove her head, and make the lines and sparks in the background continue behind Tom’s head. You only really need to do this where Tom’s head doesn’t cover Gaga’s head; no need to remove her head completely.
 
 

Step 7
 
 You might have noticed Tom’s head is a bit too dark compared to Gaga’s body. Now press Ctrl+ L to open up the Levels panel, and bring the mid tones up a bit, and bring the dark tones down a bit to compensate.
 
 Select the layer of Tom’s head by pressing Ctrl + click on the layer, create a new layer, pick the Eyedropper Tool, select the color of the lightest part of Gaga’s skin, and fill the selection of Tom’s head on the new layer. Now set the layer to Darken, and bring the Opacity down to about 20%. This will remove some of the highlights in Tom’s face. This is necessary since Gaga’s body doesn’t feature such bright highlights, and so the lighting needs to be matched. Now use the Eraser Tool to remove some of the skin color in places where it was not supposed to be, like Tom’s teeth, and the frame of his glasses.

Step 8
 
 Now use the Eraser Tool with a soft brush and remove some of the skin of Tom’s neck at the bottom to remove hard edges, and to expose the string of Gaga’s dress. Now bring the opacity of the brush way down, and erase more of his neck, but this time follow his anatomy, erasing some of the lighter parts to make more of Gaga’s neck come through.
 
 

Step 9 
 
 Lastly, we need to soften Tom’s features a bit. Select the Eyedropper Tool and pick a light color from Gaga’s neck, and with a soft brush and low opacity color the lighter parts of Tom’s neck, as well as some of the rougher parts of his skin. Now select a darker tone of Gaga’s neck, and use it to tone down the dark shadows in Tom’s neck. Use a lighter tone if necessary. Make the neck blend with the body.
 
 
 
Invest more time, and you can make it even more irresistible.

That's it.

I Hope you like this tutorial & all your difficulties has been solve now .I ONLY MADE THIS FOR TUTORIAL FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE ONLY , THOSE WHO ARE (BEGINNER)ATTEMPT TO LEARN PHOTOSHOP FOR THOSE.I DIDN'T MAKE ANY FUN OUT OF IT.

Peace.

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