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Face fusion

Face fusion

On Monday we at Fotoskolan Göteborg got the neat task of taking a portrait of oneself and a classmate and then in Photoshop fuse them together into one new person. I loved the challenge of using a proper blonde to contrast my own brunette type. And I couldn’t resist to create two new persons instead of only one.

So… behold… the Montage sisters!

The upper images are the two versions with the faces fused and the lower images are the originals. For some reason the sisters looked a lot younger than our original normal selves. Hm…


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If you are curious about image processing and what can be done in Photoshop, I’ve got more detailed posts for you!

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  1. Clive and Rosey Morris · November 2, 2011 Reply

    Jenny – Great work here. I can imagine the fun you had in doing these pictures. Great result. So glad you are being challenged in this way, another learning curve!!

    Love and blessings, Clive and Rosey xxx

  2. Airhardt · November 14, 2011 Reply

    Excellent work Jenny!
    Beautiful lighting in photos and outstanding post processing!

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