Despite their bum rap, selfies are more popular than ever, and portraits of friends and family dominate mobile photography. But getting subjects to look their best is a perpetual struggle. Too often, faces are captured at unflattering angles or in lighting conditions that accentuate their least attractive features. But no matter: Off they go to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram where they remain in perpetuity. Light-hearted photo sharing can be a drag if you don't like the face you're presenting to the world. Facetune 2 1.1.1 , an update of the original Facetune, takes facial feature fixes to a new level, either with live shooting or editing portraits already in your Camera Roll. Camera Roll Facetune identifies faces on any image you have and easily accommodates multi-person selfies in photos where faces overlap. Just tap and hold on a face until the app recognizes and places thin brackets around it. Facetune automatically sees faces that are looking straight into the camera, but sometimes it does not immediately identify faces that are turned slightly to the side, or two faces together. It does not acknowledge animal faces. The free version's retouch controls, tools, and filters let you dive right into a multitude… Read full this story
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