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Coming soon to PS: Content Aware Fill

Snips

Always on
Another potential time saver. It's possible to do that sort of thing now but nothing like as quickly.
 

Phill104

Always on
Premium Member
Looks great to me. I often use the old content aware fill but this takes it a step further. Adobe previewed an A.I. fill some time back but that never seemed to arrive, this is somewhere in between. Interesting though that other companies are working on A.I. fill techniques. Nvidia for instance showed some really impressive results with their tool. They went a step further where if you upscale an image it could in a very impressive way using the same tech fill in the blanks to give a high res almost perfect result.
 

hooferinsane

EXIF Seeker
Super Moderator
Looks good, hopefully will save time cleaning up with the clone brush after using the existing content aware fill
 

Blofeld

Forum Photobomber
Moderator
That looks cool, will be interesting to see if it actually works as well as the video shows though, some of the smarter tools in photoshop look like they do a great job in tutorials etc.... but fail miserably in reality.
 

SeanNeedham

Ol' Sparky
Honorary Life Member
That looks rather interesting, looks hybrid between what they've got now and the patch tool. Will have to wait and see how it goes with that one when it drops.

but fail miserably in reality.
That's what I was just thinking; I don't think I've ever come across a PS tool that works as well or as quickly with real world examples as they do in the videos... But who knows what Adobe is running underneath the demo machine and probably the images they use are inline with how the tool is tuned.
 
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