How to Create a High-Tech Cyborg Photo Manipulation in Photoshop

How to Create a High-Tech Cyborg Photo Manipulation in Photoshop

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Step 1

Open file "Face" and crop the left part of the face. First let's remove the highlights from the pupil. Add a new layer or duplicate the existing one and using the Clone Stamp tool remove the highlights. Next duplicate the existing layer again and remove the eyelashes by using the Clone Stamp tool. If you make any mistakes or if the cloned areas look fake use the Patch Tool. This is the reason I use duplicate layers.

TIP (When using Clone Stamp or other tools it is better for the sake of simplicity and the matter of file size to not use duplicates of the background. However, some tools – like the Patch tool – require this step. Be aware if you used the Clone Stamp tool on a new layer and than you are using the Patch tool you might get weird/non results because you are working only with little pixel information. Also if you want to use self-blending – blending a file with itself – don't use duplicates of the background, rather add a Curves adjustment layer or a Hue/Saturation layer and change it's blend mode. The results will be the same as if you blended the original background, however the file size will increase very little – which is desirable, especially if you are working with files on the internet or if storage is an issue.)

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2 comments on “How to Create a High-Tech Cyborg Photo Manipulation in Photoshop”

  1. you can always be creative in making robotic effect to an object. This Adrian's is an example, simple effect for beginner to try. I like IA, so I made some androids from my fave actors. Hi5, Adrian! :)

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