2 Creative Ways of using Content-Aware fill in Photoshop CS5 [Adobe TV VIDEO]

This how-to video made the rounds last week on most Social Networks, and I was so impressed that I tweeted it several times.

In this video, Dr. Russell Browns shows two creative ways for using the new content-aware fill feature in Photoshop CS5, beyond the basic Edit > Fill command, namely:


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1) using content-aware fill to fill the blank, transparent pixels after rotating (straightening) an image, as illustrated in the first image below.

2) using paths to remove unwanted wires from a photograph, as illustrated in the second image below.

For more information on how you might use the new content-aware fill feature for eLearning and Technical Documents, I posted this video after the global launch of CS5.


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