I just bought Photoshop Elements 9, and have never used it before. One of its highly touted features is face recognition/identification. According to ads, if you tell the program that a particular face is, say, Michael, it will automatically label similar photos as Michael in the future to the best of its ability.
Although I'm not a big facebook user, this reminds me of facebook's tagging feature. That feature doesn't remember faces in particular; it just lets users select an area of a photo that is linked to some friend's or user's profile.
My question is: should I — or, at least, is it okay to — tag all photos of people with Photoshop Elements's face tagging feature, regardless of whether their faces are hidden or blurry? On the one hand, it would be nice for me to be able to access shots of people more quickly through the photo tags, but on the other hand, I don't want to confuse the face recognition algorithm by entering too many "faces" that are actually jackets or backs of heads.