Who doesn’t like using the Mac’s PhotoBooth. It’s not an app to use everyday, but putting your face through all those filters and effects gives you a few minutes of pleasure.
What if you could take a bunch of family photo portraits and mix and match facial parts?
Think about the possibilities. Make a Face gives you tools to combine different facial quadrants from multiple photos into a single portrait image.
This is where a picture is worth a thousand words.
The way Make a Face works is simple enough. Grab a quadrant from photos of faces in iPhoto. Drop them into the matching quadrant and Make a Face makes the smoothing and blending to combine all the parts.
Make a Face can distort, blend, rearrange, divide, subdivide and add over 100 artistics effects to the faces you create.
Divide the face into more sections and apply effects into the grid to create a completely new face.
The most difficult aspect of using Make a Face is finding or taking photos of your subject’s faces. It all works better if there are similar backgrounds in the photos, and the portrait is a full sized facial image.
If you do it right, Make a Face can automatically combine the face parts and blend and align them into a smooth face.
Why do this?
First, it’s fun. Second, it’s also a way to show how our physical genetic makeup gets transferred to different generations.