Keep forehand from original photo

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usta
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Keep forehand from original photo

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Hello,

How can I accomplish to keep forehand, but replace the other part of the face from original photo in target photo ?

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Re: Keep forehand from original photo

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I'm assuming you mean 'forehead'? You can do this by using one of the landmark based masks (which are automatically generated during extraction). See here (scroll down a bit) for a visual representation of the masks:
viewtopic.php?t=27#extracting

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Re: Keep forehand from original photo

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It is a helpful answer, thank you

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