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A peak into Photoshop CS6 new features

Costa007
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Adobe CS6 release date seems to be not far away, as they show more features of the new Photoshop suite. Here you can see the updated version of the content-aware fill tool introduced in CS5.
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Posted: 02/24/2012, 07:48:06 AM
Kenneystudios
I so want that.
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Posted: 02/24/2012, 08:12:33 AM
Micspix
Very useful in certain circumstances. The only thing I picked up on in their small video is when they moved the woman in the picture with the two women and the house, they failed to move her shadow. When moving objects or people, shadows need to be considered and moved also for realistic results.

Posted: 02/24/2012, 17:43:28 PM
Afagundes
That´s so cool.
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Posted: 02/24/2012, 17:50:01 PM
Owaisphotography
great. i want that too :)
Posted: 02/25/2012, 05:56:42 AM
TMarchev
CS3, CS5 and CS6(may be) will be good version of photoshop... now i read Adobe Photoshop CS5 Classroom in a Book(good book for me)
Posted: 02/25/2012, 06:05:51 AM
Landd09
an I want CS6 too :))
Posted: 02/25/2012, 11:29:34 AM
Kenneystudios

Oorspronkelijk gepost door Micspix:
Geciteerd Bericht: Very useful in certain circumstances. The only thing I picked up on in their small video is when they moved the woman in the picture with the two women and the house, they failed to move her shadow. When moving objects or people, shadows need to be considered and moved also for realistic results.


Yeah, I noticed that, too. I guess it would be helpful to move the shadow :) Still, looks like a fun tool to play with!
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Posted: 02/27/2012, 08:28:40 AM
Parkinsonsniper
I don't think that advanced content aware fill will be useful for us...well, for ME! I almost never use it on CS5...

My favourite advancement is being able to change the menu color! Menu color is too bright when I work on dark pictures. I needed that for months...
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Posted: 02/28/2012, 08:44:51 AM