Pedro Berg Johnsen of Norway has an unusual hobby: in his spare time, he combines portraits of celebrities to create real-looking photos of people that don’t actually exist.
“I use a bit of Photoshop for final touches and editing, but the actual blending is done in a program called SqirlzMorph,” Johnsen tells PetaPixel. “It’s free, and pretty easy to use.”
“As for time, everything between two hours and a couple of days,” he says. “It depends on image size, what level of detail I’m going for and how invested I am in the project.”