Adobe release Photoshop CS5 a couple of days ago and one of the most talked about features is the content aware fill tool. I recorded a quick demo of it this morning with a couple of potential uses. I don’t think its quite the “black magic” that it seemed to be when Adobe demonstrated it but it could be a time saver in some situations. Just using the tool on its own though rarely does the job, it still needs considerable touching up with the healing tool and brushes but at least it can get you in the ball park pretty quickly. If you want to try it out yourself head on over to the Adobe website and download a free 30 day trial. I didnt have a chance to play with many other features but there seemed to be a slight speed increase and I also really like the mini Bridge module.


Adobe Photoshop CS5


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