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putting a image in the iris of an eye

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Jan 12, 2022 Jan 12, 2022

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i want to reduce a face and put it in the iris of another person.

but when i enlarge the iris of that other person the face must be clear.

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Community Expert , Jan 12, 2022 Jan 12, 2022

Do you mean something like this? I just did it quickly:

ADOBE-EYE2-c.jpg

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This is only possible on TV and film, not in real life. There's no magic "enhance"-button.

 

An image file doesn't hold more detail than the number of pixels in the file. It might be theoretically possible if you had a file so outlandishly gigantic that it would require a NASA supercomputer to handle. But there's no camera you can buy that can produce files of that size.

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Do you mean something like this? I just did it quickly:

ADOBE-EYE2-c.jpg

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Apr 20, 2023 Apr 20, 2023

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PLEASE tell me how you did this, this is so cool and exactly what I am trying to do!

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Apr 20, 2023 Apr 20, 2023

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Hi Sam,

I took a picture (it's my daughter) and reduced it to about the size of the eye area. I set it to Multiply. I can't even remember everything but I think I made a circle with the Elllipse Tool to the exact size of the iris, then:

-Layer>New Layer

-Go back to the Ellipse shape layer (which is now a circle)

-With the Pen Tool selected, right-click, and choose "Make Selection" from the dropdown menu

-There will be an option to feather the selection, so depending on the size of the image maybe start with only 3 to 5 pixels and redo it as needed

-Go back to the image of the person and go Select>Inverse, then Edit>Cut

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then Edit>Cut

 

 

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You could add some of the Spherize filter, to make it look like a reflection.

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@janv29828564 wrote:

i want to reduce a face and put it in the iris of another person.


 

By reduce, can I presume that you mean crop?

 


but when i enlarge the iris of that other person the face must be clear.

 

As @D Fosse wrote, there is no magic here, it depends on how many pixels you have after the crop and how large you are resizing.

 

Perhaps the only "magic" is Filter > Neural Filters... Super Zoom:

 

superzoom.png

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