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    Photographic Aging
    I am interested in learning how to do "accelerated aging" to people in photographs. Through the process of accelerated aging, one might collect pictures from a subjects relatives at certain stages of life, and be able to accurately create a composite image of what someone would look like if they were older.

    I am pretty good at aging people using photoshop (I work in graphic design), but a photoshop done aging process isn't always very scientific. It's more of adding wrinkles, greying hair, making a receding hairline, etc.

    I'm wondering if there is any other software available that could make the aging process easier, and or more scientific. For another way of thinking about this, you could look at the "milk boxes" which sometimes have pictures of what a missing person could look like, say ten years after they went missing.

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    Ask the artists in the Missing Persons department at your local police!
    lol

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    That's actually a good idea...

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    Photographic Aging
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    Except for the fact that they use software not available to the public, lol

    Thanks for the idea anyways!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rs2sensen
    Except for the fact that they use software not available to the public, lol

    Thanks for the idea anyways!

    It wouldn't hurt to ask next time your in the big house.

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