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            allFaces.Where(f => 
                f.Proportion > double.Parse(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["LowerBound"].ToString()) && 
                f.Proportion < double.Parse(ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["UpperBound"].ToString()))
                .OrderBy(f => f.Proportion)
                .ThenByDescending(f => f.Rectangle.Height)
This is probably how I'd break this out without introducing temporary values. That said, to me the whole statement would be very difficult to debug. You've got several things going on where it would be useful to see the intermediate values.

Also, the .FirstOrDefault() at the end tells me that, since you want only one value from the set, simple iteration over the AllFaces collection would probably be less expensive than the sort (.OrderBy(...)).
Software Zen: delete this;

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