You may be unaware that PSG is a teaching and discussion forum. While we don't object to requests like yours for free work, we strongly prefer to help visitors learn the Photoshop techniques required to do what they have requested (ie, on their own).
Hopefully, it is obvious that any member who decides to help you out is taking time out of their own life to perform the work you requested. You won't find many auto mechanics, plumbers or physicians who will do this. Also, unlike what is often portrayed on TV, almost no Photoshop work in the real world is ever an instant "one-button-fix". Since the member volunteering their time is not being paid, asking for corrections and/or multiple edits is frowned upon. In other words, you should be content with whatever help you receive.
Someone may come along and do this edit for you, but because we have members in almost every time zone in the world and people don't check in every day, this may take a while, so please be patient.
Requests made for fun/frivolous reasons typically meet with much less enthusiasm than requests made because of significant reasons (eg, the preparation of photos of a deceased person for their funeral, repairing damage to irreplaceable photos damaged by fire or flood, etc.). Please check your thread from time to time.
Finally, in case you are not aware of this, you still have the option of having this thread moved to the freelance forum, where for a very modest sum (read the FAQ thread before posting a request), you are almost guaranteed to have a better response to your request.
Thank you Tom! While I would love to learn the techniques to do this myself, currently I do not have the time or program necessary to do so. I understand this is a lot of work to do, especially for free, and I would appreciate any help I can get. This is for a senior yearbook page and is the only suitable picture I have with my friend, which I why I would appreciate any help in photoshopping this so that is is usable. I may move it to the freelance forum, I am not sure yet. Thank you for your help.