Cropping Mug shots for ID cards in Bulk

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    kevin_peterson New Member

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    I have a large batch of photos from which I need to crop out mug shots for creation of ID cards for an organisation.Doing this manually take a lot of time.Is there any software solution that can do this for me?
     

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    Using Lighroom you can copy and paste or sync your edits across many images. So you can color balance and crop, etc and then apply the same settings to the whole shoot.
     
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    Thanks for your reply.But Lightroom does not have facial detection feature right? The faces in the pictures may be situated at different locations, so I cannot do a crop based on location.
     
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    After some searching, I found the tool that I was looking for.The software is called Face Crop Jet.It is designed to detect and crop faces from photos in Bulk.The face frame can be at any location of the image, the software performs automated facial detection.Take a look at the website https://facecropjet.com
     

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