Content Aware CS5

We’ve all taken images that are perfect except for some unwanted element in the frame. Whether we had no choice but to compose it into the frame—or it just “snuck” in—removing objects from an image typically involves detailed masking and careful cloning. The newest version of Photoshop CS5 addresses this time-consuming work with a powerful new feature called Content-Aware Fill. Don’t look for it in the menus; accessing this capability is as simple as hitting the Delete key or selecting this mode with the Spot Healing Brush. Content-Aware Fill works by analyzing the pixels surrounding those you select and “imagining” what would be there if the object wasn’t. It replaces the object you want to remove with details that match the lighting and textures of the surrounding area. It’s amazing how well it does this. READ MORE

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