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Adobe shows off another impressive Photoshop CS5 feature

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 05 Apr 2010 1:09 User comments (3)

Adobe shows off another impressive Photoshop CS5 feature Earlier this week we reported on the new impressive Photoshop CS5 feature "Content-Aware Fill," which Adobe was giving a "sneak peak" of.
Content-Aware Fill can be used for everything from simple photo retouching operations like getting rid of artifacts like lens flare to creating entire new areas of an image based on existing elements.

Today, the company is showing off "Puppet Warp," a tool used for bending and twisting images with ease. Although the tool was a staple of "After Effects CS4," it has never been used in Photoshop.

Check it out:

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15.4.2010 4:39


25.4.2010 17:07

Thats cool can't wait to try it.

318.4.2010 15:56

Well I'm not tempted. I don't take many pictures of mannequins or pieces of string, and if I was commissioned to do so, I would make sure it was correctly positioned before I press the shutter button. Photoshop developers seem to be stuck for new ideas in my opinion. They're really scraping the bottom of that bucket now. Not that i'm knocking it. Its an excellent program.

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