[News] Photoshop 6: New Content Aware Functions (a sneak peak)

See Photoshop Senior Product Manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes as he runs us through some of PS6's new advanced features in their Content-Aware technology. Is it just me or did Photoshop make it sickeningly easy to recompose shots, doing away with the need for any of those pesky composition and distracting element considerations, while shooting. Damn!

via [PhotoshopOnYouTube]
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Is it just me or is there a really bad clone/healing brush job at the bottom right of the frame at the 1:40 mark?

Sean Shimmel's picture

Hmm... I'm still figuring out worthwhile ways to use the CURRENT content-aware fill. After a while the novelty of the "perpetually new" just seems to dull.

photoshop 6 was released ages ago :) surely this is about Photoshop CS6...


Really glad to see Bryan got out of North Korea safely.

Anonymous's picture

what happen the motion blur correction plug in? 

Photoshop is keep on developing which is a good and a bad thing at the same time.
As much as I say right now that ... well, this is not going in the right direction, you can do too much with too little effort (soon it will be like this: http://youtu.be/zmpt4T8Hyic ), probably I will still use the new features.. :)))

That's bad ass! Sometimes there's simply limitations do the time restraints that you can't stage a photo as you like. So somethings now can be done in post to reach an effect you otherwise may have needed a lot of hands of help, or a lot of time and money to achieve! Cameras, photoshop, lightroom and any other post production software available are just tools. Cheers- thanks for the post!

Don't let North Korea see this