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Video: Adobe shows off Content-Aware Fill for Photoshop CS5

Written by Rich Fiscus (Google+) @ 02 Apr 2010 3:09 User comments (3)

Video: Adobe shows off Content-Aware Fill for Photoshop CS5 Adobe recently showed off a new feature from the upcoming Photoshop Creative Suite 5 called Content-Aware Fill. Besides saving a lot of time for experienced Photoshop users, it also promises to make serious photo editing operations much more accessible for less skilled users.
Content-Aware Fill can be used for everything from simple photo retouching operations like getting rid of artifacts like lense flare to creating entire new areas of an image based on existing elements.



Photoshop CS5 will be officially unveiled later this month. So far no actual release date has been announced.

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3 user comments

12.4.2010 13:20

As someone who has used CS1-CS4, that looks AMAZING.

22.4.2010 15:23

I agree. The content aware fill/delete function is just great for a limited experience/knowledge user who just wants a better final product without wasting hours and/or having to learn something that can be extremely complicated to do.

35.4.2010 6:49

Gimp's Resynthesizer-plugin has been around for years. Does the same thing.

And it's free.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 05 Apr 2010 @ 6:50

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