In the latest updates from Adobe for Photoshop CC 2017, not only is the software faster, but Face-Aware Liquify comes with a new feature.
If you haven’t see the new face-aware features under the Liquify tool, Photoshop now auto-detects facial features and helps you adjust them. You can modify the subject's expression for a bit more of a smile and tweak the size of their eyes or other features for that prefect portrait or creative spin for some fun. So far, it has worked pretty well in recognizing the subject's face as long as they are mostly facing the camera.
Well, what is the new feature? Now, you can independently or symmetrically modify the settings for the subject’s eyes. Looking to exaggerate a stern look with one eye slightly larger? This will help. Maybe one eye is slightly larger than the other and you want to change it to make it more symmetrical; now, it is much easier.
Have you used the new Face-Aware Liquify feature yet? What are you thoughts? I have used it a few times in my work for some slight tweaks. I haven’t ventured into some creative caricature-style portraits yet, but these features will be very handy.
There were some other improvements and updates along with this one; you can check out the rest of the updates for Photoshop on Adobe's website.