Question about Adobe Photoshop CS3 10
Use the pen tool to draw a selection around the faces. Once done convert that into a selection under the layers palette button to convert. copy and past into a new document or layer.
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If you paste the new object into the same picture you copied it from, it will blend in with the background picture until you move it or resize it.
You can soften the selection with the anti-aliasA selection option in which the pixels along the edge of a selection can be partially selected. In most cases this makes the edge of a selection appear smoother. or featherTo soften the edges of a selected area by smoothing the transition from selected to non-selected pixels. option, which helps the new object blend in with a new background picture.
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