A Sneak Peek At Content-Aware Fill In Photoshop CS5

Today Adobe announced the official release date of Photoshop CS5. They put up a nice countdown to the release here… Some of the new features in CS5 are promising and we can’t wait to give it a go! One of the new features is the content-aware filling. From retouching to completely re-imagining an image, here’s an early glimpse of what could happen in the future when you press the delete key.

 

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4 Responses:

  1. Uqbar says:

    A similar feature has been available in the GIMP for years. Have a look: http://o3.tumblr.com/post/470608946/photoshops-caf-content-aware-fill-unbelievable

    ( 2 years and 860 days ago )
  2. Matthew Miller says:

    Unfortunately, the Resynthesizer web site starts with: “I haven’t really been keeping up with API changes in the GIMP, or with emails people send me. If you emailed me and I haven’t replied, I’m sorry. If you want to take over as maintainer of this project, email me. Other emails will probably continue to sit unread in my inbox.”

    And if the video is a typical example rather than than carefully-selected results, this is basically what a decade of researching and programming gets you from the promising ideas that Resynthesizer serves as a demo for.

    ( 2 years and 860 days ago )
  3. Matt says:

    Some even better examples of this awesome content-aware feature:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ScWu7pG7r0

    So amazing!

    ( 2 years and 859 days ago )
  4. ProDesignTools says:

    I love them all – and there’s another good one out this week, the “Swimsuit” demo from PSW 2010:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zExxGnPWafw

    ( 2 years and 855 days ago )

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