So, back to Photoshop School…
The newest release of Photoshop has 2 new features. The one I will discuss today is the new LIQUIFY FACE feature.
Under this new feature, you can adjust the following on a face:
Because of that, in the matter of moments, you can make a picture that looks like this:
I assume that most of you remember me enough to know that I don’t normally look like that. I hope I definitely don’t normally look that tired.
Maybe we’ll take a look at the new Smart Cropping Tool in the future. Maybe not. We’ll see what the future holds.
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I’m sure there is an appropriate application of this feature…
It looks interesting, though!
I don’t understand your comment.
I was just wondering when the normal Photoshopper would use this when not demonstrating how it works! 🙂
Maybe I don’t think you are using the word normal correctly.
You Keep Using That Word, I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means.
Perhaps “average” is a better choice. “Garden variety.” “Every day.” “Mainstream.”
A more precise way to say it is – you likely won’t see that feature being used a great deal in wedding portraiture, for example.
Not if the bride and groom are lame. Any way.
That is why the greatest statesman of our day invented the term lamestream. Then she probably got groped by a FoxNews executive.
Greatest statesman, indeed!
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