Start Adobe Photoshop (the author uses a Russified version CS5) and open two files: a template in PSD format (document,"photoshop") and a photograph of the desired person. To do this, click File > Open > select picture > Open.
Switch to the photo with the face. On the toolbar select the "Rectangular area" and a frame will select the spot around the head. The circuit will take the form of so-called "marching ants" selection border in the manner of a simple garland will twinkle alternately black and white bands. Select the Move tool, click on the outline and drag it to another file – PSD-template.
The default template already has several layers. At least the face area and the background. Slightly more complex patterns have more than two layers. It can be carved hats, scarves, umbrellas, and other items that can be found around the head. Move the layer with the cut on the second step of the user entity for such layers.
Look in the lower right corner of the Layers panel, click the layer with the face (if he for some reason is not highlighted) and drag it below the marked layers with additional elements. If the template only a blank area instead of the head, drag just below the main layer.
If the dimensions of the faces do not match with the template, you can change them. Select the layer with the face, and then click Edit > Transform > Scale. Around the face will appear. By moving its sides and corners, match the face with the size of the template. To rotate the frame around the axis, activate the appropriate mode: Edit > Transform > Rotate. Grasp the edge of the frame and rotate it in the desired direction. To make the changes take effect, press Enter.
To save the result, click "File" then "Save as" in the field "files of Type" select JPEG, specify the path and click "Save".