Adobe Photoshop CS5: Content Aware Fill – Amazing New Feature (+Parody Video)

by Klaus on March 29, 2010

in Software, Tech News

While there are a few great alternatives to Photoshop, and even a free one (GIMP), there’s no way around it – Photoshop is the king of image editing software.

One of the great new features of Photoshop CS5 (not released yet) is Content Aware Fill. Adobe just released a demonstration (sneak peek) of this new feature and if you’re just remotely interested in photography and Photoshop, this is a feature you’re going to love – it might even blow you away, after seeing it in action.

I’ll let the video do the talking. I can only imagine how many hours this new feature will save:


Parody Video

I found a parody video based on this new Content Aware Fill feature – check it out 🙂

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Ching Ya March 30, 2010 at 04:39

No Way! I’m getting myself a CS5 asap! I was really turned off with CS4 that they removed some of the old features but this, I gotta say a real time-saver. Think this can be a really great app for your photography as well. I love panorama and always wonder how can I fill the blanks. Can’t wait! Thanks a billion for letting us know about this!

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Klaus @ TechPatio March 31, 2010 at 21:13

I wish I could afford it, but I think CS5 is going to be really expensive 🙂 It’s a really cool feature though!
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Ileane March 31, 2010 at 19:15

Hi Klaus,

I was wondering what wonderful new feature they could add to make it worth while and I think this one is it. Pretty soon we won’t even need a camera 😉 Thanks for the videos.
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Klaus @ TechPatio March 31, 2010 at 21:15

Hi Ileane – yup, this is certainly a powerful feature and I can’t wait to try it out some day. This probably also makes it easier for photographers so it makes you wonder for how long time we still need to buy expensive DSLR cameras – if we can just modify our pictures this easily in the future.
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ProDesignTools April 6, 2010 at 20:08

On what else Content-Aware Fill can do for you, did you see the new (real) demo with the photo of the woman in the bathing suit?

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

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Klaus @ TechPatio April 7, 2010 at 01:14

It’s really amazing – no question about it. The downside is, it’s impossible to trust what you see cause things might be totally different. It’s already possible, but at least now it seems that it requires some photoshop skills and a lot of time, to do proper retouching. Content aware fill seems like it does a really good job at just “point & shoot”, so to speak.

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