Pixel Swopping

An image-manipulation procedure in which pixels from one area of a digital image are copied and pasted into another section of the image, used either to slightly retouch images (such as removing a facial blemish from a portrait) or significantly alter the image's content (such as replacing the nose of a person in a portrait with a third eye).

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