How to Morph Pictures to See How Your Baby Would Look

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How to Morph Pictures to See How Your Baby Would Look
View what your future children may look like with image morphing software. (Rayes/Lifesize/Getty Images)

Many people in relationships come to a point where they begin to wonder what their future children will look like. With new technology, there are various methods that allow you to morph or combine images of you and your partner to get a representation of what your children may look like. These software include various websites that give free image morphing services with facial recognition. They are relatively simple to use and require only an image of you and your partner.

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Things you need

  • Digital images
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  1. 1

    Obtain pictures of you and your partner. If the photos are not already digital, scan the images with a scanner. Input a 300 DPI resolution when scanning and save the images as JPEG files.

  2. 2

    Navigate to a website that allows you to morph two images. Various websites are available online such as Morph Thing, Babymaker 3000 and Make Me Babies.

  3. 3

    Select "Get Started" or "Start Morphing" to begin the process. Upload a photo of yourself and the second person when prompted by selecting "Browse" or "Upload." Locate the photo on your system and select the image. Click "OK" to upload the photos.

  4. 4

    Resize and crop the images according to the website's instructions. Usually, the website asks you to crop the images so you only see your face, rather than the entire body.

  5. 5

    Select a baby frame from the various options. The frame will surround your baby's photograph. Specify the baby's gender along with the baby's skin tone. Enter a name for the baby.

  6. 6

    Click on "Morph" or "Make Baby" to allow the website to morph the two images. You will be redirected to a page with the results and your baby's photograph.

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