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-The nose of the one making photos will fall off.

- The one's who makes photos nose will fall off.

I'm looking for a way to drag "the one" to the begging of the phrase. Thanks in advance.

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Derevenshina- The one's who makes photos nose will fall off.

This is not possible. Theoretically the way to do this is "The one making / who makes photos' nose will fall off". However this sentence is hard to read and is not recommended.

As far as the idea of someone's nose falling off is concerned, I wonder whether an idiom or saying from another language has been transferred into English.

It could be that you mean "taking photos" rather than "making photos".