Content-Aware Move: ReCompose photos Photoshop


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Content-Aware Move: Recomposing photos

Photoshop CS6 features a brand-new tool called Content-Aware Move, and the idea is you can take a part of an image, select it, drop it somewhere else, it will remove the original and paste it in while blending with the new area. And you have probably seen some pretty wild demonstrations of things moved around. Today, I want to show you a really practical demonstration of how we originally conceived the tool being used, and that's for recomposing your image. So here I have these binoculars that are offset, they are not centered in the frame.

And I don't really have too many options prior to this feature. I can't use Content-Aware Fill because they take up too much of the image, there's just not enough to look at. And if I were to use some sort of advanced selections or Masks I would have to fill in a lot of the background area. So what I want to do is go behind my Spot Healing Brush to get this new Content-Aware Move tool and just draw a loose selection around this. Now ...

Content-Aware Move: Recomposing photos
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Content-Aware Move: Recomposing photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Bryan O'Neil Hughes as part of the Photoshop Insider Training: Enhancing Photos

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Photography
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