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how do I "black out" faces in a picture?

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  1. Big_Italy6

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    hey I have some pictures I would like to put up but they show my face and I want to remain anonymous. does anyone know how to black out or fuzz out a face on a picture using a mac? any help would be appreciated.. thanks!
     
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    No idea what programs a Mac comes with, but if you Google 'online picture editor' you'll find a site where you can do it, at least.
     
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    Not sure about mac but it must have a similar program to paint, all I do is open my pic in paint and use the spray can, not very pretty but effective!
     
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    Thanks! i found a good site to use
     
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    On a Mac your pics on iPhoto can be blacked out or blurred. Go to edt and look for retouch in the tools, it also has, red eye, enhance etc. Anyway choose it and pick a size of the tool and blur what ever area you want. Easy really.
     
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