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The short-term solution is to set up a face rectangle around the person’s face and use it to crop the image. The long-term solution is to keep track of face boundaries so that your picture editor can crop the photo automatically whenever the face gets in the way of the shot. How do I keep track of face boundaries? Keep track of face boundaries There are three common ways to keep track of face boundaries: 1. Define the boundaries manually Select a face rectangle as the foreground and click Edit > Selection > Face to find and select the face in the picture. Select a face rectangle as the foreground and click Edit > Selection > Face to find and select the face in the picture. 2. Use the face boundary tool Press Ctrl (Windows) or ⌘ (Mac) to select a face boundary in the photo. Press Ctrl (Windows) or ⌘ (Mac) to select a face boundary in the photo. 3. Use the face region tool You can also use the face region tool to define face boundaries by clicking the face region icon to select a face region to identify as a face, and then click the Edit icon to set a face rectangle as the foreground. You can also use the face region tool to define face boundaries by clicking the face region icon to select a face region to identify as a face, and then click the Edit icon to set a face rectangle as the foreground. 4. Use the lasso tool If you cannot define face boundaries manually, use the lasso tool to define face boundaries by clicking the lasso tool to start the selection. If you cannot define face boundaries manually, use the lasso tool to define face boundaries by clicking the lasso tool to start the selection. Once you’ve selected the face, click the face region icon to define the boundaries of the face region as a face. Once you’ve selected the face, click the face region icon to define the boundaries of the face region as a face. 5. Automatically crop the face in future projects If you plan to work with the same photo set again, use the border tab in the Preferences dialog box to define a border rectangle for a face region automatically, and then select a face region to crop the photo by choosing Edit > Selection > Face to crop. If you plan to work with the same photo set again, use




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