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Photoshop CS6 - New Content Aware Tools

Posted by
Don Smith (California, United States) on 29 May 2012 in Landscape & Rural.


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I have been having a blast this past week playing with some of the new features in the recently released Photoshop CS6. Over the course of the coming month, I will be reviewing some features I find useful in my daily workflow. For this piece, I’d like to start with perhaps the king of the show, the newly revamped Content Aware tools. Adobe says that they have improved the algorithms of this popular tool. Both the select and blending have been updated so they work more seamlessly along higher contrast edges. My initial tests seem to bear this out!

To read more (and see screen shots) about these incredible new tools, please read my latest blog: Photoshop CS6 - New Content Aware Tools

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