I posted this wrong the first time as a newbie here...let's try again. I've used Photoshop from 1991 and now using CS4. But I've reached a problem now that I can't solve and maybe Photoshop can't do the trick. Take a photo of a person where the background has been stripped away to transparency. I want to be able to capture the persons head, most likely with the rectangular marquee tool, just below the chin, beside the ears and on the top of head...very close. Then with some tool or combination there of, make the head square by having it expand to the shape of the marquee tool, without distorting the face beyond recognition. I also need to have this be a fast process. Something I could turn into an action. I've tried liquify, but it doesn't recognize the boundaries set and it distorts to much. Any help would be appreciated. I have an iMac running CS4.