How to Make Someone Slender Using Photoshop
- 1). Open the photo you'd like to manipulate by navigating to the "File" menu at the top of the workspace. Choose "Open" from the pull down menu and select the photo in the file indicator. Click "OK."
- 2). Highlight the original photo layer in the layers palette and right-click. Choose "Duplicate Layer" from the menu that appears and click "OK" in the dialog box that appears.
- 3). Hide the original layer by clicking the eye icon next to the layer's icon. This will allow you to keep a copy of the original photograph handy so you can click back to it during your work progress to compare changes.
- 4). Highlight the new photo layer and choose the "Filter" menu from the top of the workspace. Select the "Liquify" option from the pull down menu.
- 5). Click on the "Freeze Mask Tool" in the left-hand toolbar within the Liquify screen. You can also choose this tool by tapping the F key on your keyboard.
- 6). Paint over the areas you don't want to manipulate using the "Freeze Mask Tool." As you paint, these areas will appear red, but this is only the mask and will not be visible in your finished photo.
- 7). Choose the "Forward Warp Tool" from the left-hand side of the Liquify screen. Situate the tool inside your photograph and begin "pushing" the sides of the body inward. Take your time warping various areas of the body to create a natural, fluid look. Click "OK" when you are satisfied with the slimming of the photograph.
- 8). Select the "Healing Brush Tool" and begin touching up areas around the outside of the body you have slimmed. Check for areas that look unnaturally altered and retouch them with this tool.
- 9). Save the photograph by navigating to the "File" menu and choosing "Save As" and save the document under an appropriate name.