Pixelating some part (Faces) of your photograph in Adobe Photoshop Elements

This is one of the common things we see in televisions and at times in Newpapers as well. At times, people prefer not to show people faces in their photographs and want to pixelate faces. Today we shall be discussing a quick way of pixelating a specific part in a Photograph. Let's see how to do this...Without taking much time, let's start with following photograph and try to pixelate face of this lady (although I don't want to pixelate this beautiful face). Anyways, let's take this photograph try to achieve results we are seeing in very first photograph of this article1. Launch Editor of Adobe Photoshop Elements and open your photograph through Open option under File Menu. Your workspace should look like following -2. Select any of selection tool and select part of the photograph which you want to pixelate. For this photograph I opted for Quick Selection Brush and selected face of the lady who is busy in prayers. Please see secreeshot below to understand about the tool used and area selected.3. When you are done with selection, go to Filter Menu. Go and explore 'Pixelate' Sub_menu and opt for 'Mosaic'.4. On selecting Mosaic option, a new dialog comes up and selected area changes into Pixels. Size of these pixels can be increased or decreased through slider in this dialog.Just click OK and you are done !

This is one of the common things we see in televisions and at times in Newpapers as well. At times, people prefer not to show people faces in their photographs and want to pixelate faces. Today we shall be discussing a quick way of pixelating a specific part in a Photograph. Let's see how to do this...

Without taking much time, let's start with following photograph and try to pixelate face of this lady (although I don't want to pixelate this beautiful face). Anyways, let's take this photograph try to achieve results we are seeing in very first photograph of this article.

1. Launch Editor of Adobe Photoshop Elements and open your photograph through Open option under File Menu. Your workspace should look like following -

This is one of the common things we see in televisions and at times in Newpapers as well. At times, people prefer not to show people faces in their photographs and want to pixelate faces. Today we shall be discussing a quick way of pixelating a specific part in a Photograph. Let's see how to do this...Without taking much time, let's start with following photograph and try to pixelate face of this lady (although I don't want to pixelate this beautiful face). Anyways, let's take this photograph try to achieve results we are seeing in very first photograph of this article1. Launch Editor of Adobe Photoshop Elements and open your photograph through Open option under File Menu. Your workspace should look like following -2. Select any of selection tool and select part of the photograph which you want to pixelate. For this photograph I opted for Quick Selection Brush and selected face of the lady who is busy in prayers. Please see secreeshot below to understand about the tool used and area selected.3. When you are done with selection, go to Filter Menu. Go and explore 'Pixelate' Sub_menu and opt for 'Mosaic'.4. On selecting Mosaic option, a new dialog comes up and selected area changes into Pixels. Size of these pixels can be increased or decreased through slider in this dialog.Just click OK and you are done !

2. Select any of selection tool and select part of the photograph which you want to pixelate. For this photograph I opted for Quick Selection Brush and selected face of the lady who is busy in prayers. Please see secreeshot below to understand about the tool used and area selected.

This is one of the common things we see in televisions and at times in Newpapers as well. At times, people prefer not to show people faces in their photographs and want to pixelate faces. Today we shall be discussing a quick way of pixelating a specific part in a Photograph. Let's see how to do this...Without taking much time, let's start with following photograph and try to pixelate face of this lady (although I don't want to pixelate this beautiful face). Anyways, let's take this photograph try to achieve results we are seeing in very first photograph of this article1. Launch Editor of Adobe Photoshop Elements and open your photograph through Open option under File Menu. Your workspace should look like following -2. Select any of selection tool and select part of the photograph which you want to pixelate. For this photograph I opted for Quick Selection Brush and selected face of the lady who is busy in prayers. Please see secreeshot below to understand about the tool used and area selected.3. When you are done with selection, go to Filter Menu. Go and explore 'Pixelate' Sub_menu and opt for 'Mosaic'.4. On selecting Mosaic option, a new dialog comes up and selected area changes into Pixels. Size of these pixels can be increased or decreased through slider in this dialog.Just click OK and you are done !

3. When you are done with selection, go to Filter Menu. Go and explore 'Pixelate' Sub_menu and opt for 'Mosaic'.

This is one of the common things we see in televisions and at times in Newpapers as well. At times, people prefer not to show people faces in their photographs and want to pixelate faces. Today we shall be discussing a quick way of pixelating a specific part in a Photograph. Let's see how to do this...Without taking much time, let's start with following photograph and try to pixelate face of this lady (although I don't want to pixelate this beautiful face). Anyways, let's take this photograph try to achieve results we are seeing in very first photograph of this article1. Launch Editor of Adobe Photoshop Elements and open your photograph through Open option under File Menu. Your workspace should look like following -2. Select any of selection tool and select part of the photograph which you want to pixelate. For this photograph I opted for Quick Selection Brush and selected face of the lady who is busy in prayers. Please see secreeshot below to understand about the tool used and area selected.3. When you are done with selection, go to Filter Menu. Go and explore 'Pixelate' Sub_menu and opt for 'Mosaic'.4. On selecting Mosaic option, a new dialog comes up and selected area changes into Pixels. Size of these pixels can be increased or decreased through slider in this dialog.Just click OK and you are done !

4. On selecting Mosaic option, a new dialog comes up and selected area changes into Pixels. Size of these pixels can be increased or decreased through slider in this dialog.

This is one of the common things we see in televisions and at times in Newpapers as well. At times, people prefer not to show people faces in their photographs and want to pixelate faces. Today we shall be discussing a quick way of pixelating a specific part in a Photograph. Let's see how to do this...Without taking much time, let's start with following photograph and try to pixelate face of this lady (although I don't want to pixelate this beautiful face). Anyways, let's take this photograph try to achieve results we are seeing in very first photograph of this article1. Launch Editor of Adobe Photoshop Elements and open your photograph through Open option under File Menu. Your workspace should look like following -2. Select any of selection tool and select part of the photograph which you want to pixelate. For this photograph I opted for Quick Selection Brush and selected face of the lady who is busy in prayers. Please see secreeshot below to understand about the tool used and area selected.3. When you are done with selection, go to Filter Menu. Go and explore 'Pixelate' Sub_menu and opt for 'Mosaic'.4. On selecting Mosaic option, a new dialog comes up and selected area changes into Pixels. Size of these pixels can be increased or decreased through slider in this dialog.Just click OK and you are done !

Just click OK and you are done !

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