Bette Davis Eyes

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:

Eyes
-Size
-Height
-Width
-Tilt
-Distance

Nose
-Height
-Width

Mouth
-Smile
-Upper Lip
-Lower Lip
-Mouth Width
-Height

Face Shape
-Forehead
-Chin Height
-Jawline
-Face Width

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.

9 thoughts on “Bette Davis Eyes”

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. That is why the greatest statesman of our day invented the term lamestream. Then she probably got groped by a FoxNews executive.

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