Help needed to replace face in image

#1
Hello Friends! :)

I am preparing an invitation card for my daughter's birthday, but I have been stuck at one stage :banghead:.

Actually I am not a Photoshop user. I want to replace the face of the Pink doll in both of the attached card sample images with my daughter (Urja)'s face. :rolleyes:

Can anyone from this site please help me in this regard?:question:


Thanks in advance,
Kamal
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#2
Retouch Stop!!!

OP, what did you use to make the invites so far?

We can help you with this, but would rather help you do it yourself if you have some software to do it with.
 
#3
Pretty sure this should be in the Freelance Work section my friend, also the OP doesn't mention anything about payment so would assume he would like it edited for free. Hopefully someone will be along shortly to confirm buddy.
 

Paul

Former Member
#4
If members wish to do 'free' work it is the right of the member, but to ask for payment is not allowed.
If you want to be paid it should go through the correct channels guys, and this will be moved to freelance.
Kmorendha please advise either way.
 

Paul

Former Member
#6
Kmorendha please pm a moderator with your reply it will be locked until you say either way.
 
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Steve

Retired Administrator
#7
Kamal posted this image in the free section.
If anyone wishes to help out that's fine.

Although we're primarily a PS discussion group our members will free edits from time to time.

Tom Man, your post was deleted because this is a request for a free edit, asking for money here gets your post removed.
Retouchxp, you've been banned for spamming in every posts
 
#17
Thank you all for your kind words. I see all sorts of problems with the version I posted, but I had to stop somewhere.

In case anyone is interested, IMHO, the largest time saver for this job was to *HEAVILY* process the girl's face using Portrait Pro before compositing it into the background. Portrait Pro allowed me to adjust the overall shape, the shape of the eyes, the (lack of) texture and even the tonality and color all in one interface in about 3 minutes. When subtlety isn't needed ( and even occasionally, when it is), I find PP to be a very useful member of my toolkit.

Cheers,

Tom M
 
#18
Thank you all for your kind words. I see all sorts of problems with the version I posted, but I had to stop somewhere.

In case anyone is interested, IMHO, the largest time saver for this job was to *HEAVILY* process the girl's face using Portrait Pro before compositing it into the background. Portrait Pro allowed me to adjust the overall shape, the shape of the eyes, the (lack of) texture and even the tonality and color all in one interface in about 3 minutes. When subtlety isn't needed ( and even occasionally, when it is), I find PP to be a very useful member of my toolkit.

Cheers,

Tom M


Dear Tom,

Once again, I thank you and appreciate your kind efforts for this wonderful work.:thumbsup: