The app is called PhotoFacer and all it does is what you kinda sorta mostly expect. It takes a face from one of your photos and places it into the face of dozens to hundreds of custom photos with empty faces. Did I mention it’s fun?
Almost Free Fun
The free version of PhotoFacer lets you put the face in your photos into the empty face of professional photos.
The end result is a unique blend of funny, silly, attractive, and memorable; depending upon the template selected.
You’ve probably seen something similar at Disneyworld, tourist locations, and carnivals where you stand behind a wood image and insert your face into a hole to match the image’s face.
That’s exactly what PhotoFacer does for free to photos from your Mac.
The facial area of each photo is blank so you can drop in your own photo, adjust the size so the face matches the area, and, voila! Instant comedy.
Here’s how it works with some sample faces.
Sample faces include women, men, animals, children, fruit, pets, birds, and many, many different faces and situations.
The free version of PhotoFacer comes with advertisements, but the in-app purchase to unlock a few different categories is a couple of dollars, and the option to unlock everything– over 3,000 different templates– is a few dollars more and eliminates the ads.
It’s simple. It’s fun. It’s so almost free that it’s cheap.