The Adjust Facial Features workflow uses face-aware technology to identify and adjust facial characteristics of people in a photograph. You can take a portrait picture and adjust facial features like the jaw, nose, lips, and eyes by using simple sliders to increase or decrease an effect.
- Open a photo in Photoshop Elements.
- Click Enhance > Adjust Facial Features.
- In the Adjust Facial Features dialog, you will notice that the face of the person is marked with a circular highlighter to indicate that the face-aware feature has found a face in the picture.
- For a selected face, you can adjust the following features using the available sliders:
- Lips: Smile, Height, Width, Upper lip, Lower lip
- Eyes: Height, Width, Size, Tilt, Distance
- Nose: Height, Width
- Face Shape: Width, Forehead height, Jawbone shape, Chin height
- Face: Tilt Angle, Left-Right, Up-Down
- (Optional) To reset edits to a particular characteristic, double-click the slider. Modifications for that characteristic are canceled.
- Do one of the following:
- To cancel the set of modifications you have made to facial features, click Reset.
- To apply the modifications made to the facial features, click OK.
- Face Tilt is introduced in Photoshop Elements 2021.
- Click the Before/After toggle button to review the changes caused by moving the sliders left or right.