Whether adding faces to ‘Familiar’ or “LookALike’, be wise: use brightness and cropping to your advantage. We’ll demonstrate with a photo of a friendly woman who works with the local veterinary.  The image is in focus and clean with no obvious scratches. The big issue is the face will be quite small and difficult to see in a large group.sabrapergio-300x300

First improvement is a simple POSITION trick: place her nose in the center of the frame with Zoom In and fine tune via Left/Right, Up/Down adjustments. OK,  but it seems dark.

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Change from Position to Enhancement and use the Brightness control to make it lighter.

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Not bad, – but it could be sharper and with a bit more contrast to make it ‘pop’…

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Now her face fits in naturally with the collection of faces; she’s not a posed portrait…

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