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No image editing software can make something appear that isn't in the image to begin with, but you might be able to find another photo with open eyes & paste them over the closed eyes in the photo you are editing.


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@GottaRun

Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums :) 

If you find software that automatically does this, then I have 85% of the pictures ever taken of my wife that need correcting for perfectly timed blinks. It's a running joke that she seems to have slept through most of the first 20 years of our relationship (after which we gave up trying to get a good shot).


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Eternal hope for hanging on to them. I did see Facebook example using AI 

that pasted open eyes over and it looked fantastic. It only showed the before

in-between and the final result. I didn't find any further info. 

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1 hour ago, GottaRun said:

Thanks. Is there a tutorial that shows how to do that with Affinity?

Photoshop Elements can semi-automate opening closed eyes using the same persons or other peoples eyes

as per this video...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACqV8lJOcXU


This second video shows how to do it manually when the semi-automatic procedure in Photoshop fail -  all of which can be done in Affinity Photo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYZx-hmAwVg

 

 


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2 hours ago, Patrick Connor said:

@GottaRun

Welcome to the Serif Affinity forums :) 

If you find software that automatically does this, then I have 85% of the pictures ever taken of my wife that need correcting for perfectly timed blinks. It's a running joke that she seems to have slept through most of the first 20 years of our relationship (after which we gave up trying to get a good shot).

Some cameras have Rapid Fire or simply hold down shutter button to get multiple shots, one should give you a good shot.


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48 minutes ago, Patrick Connor said:

Thanks, I'll just go back to my past and try that ;) 

Nice comeback, I was referring to your “after which we gave up trying to get a good shot”.


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