ReMove unwanted details with Content-Aware Fill Photoshop CS6 Photoshop CS6


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Removing unwanted details with Content-Aware Fill

Photoshop has a variety of tools that were created in order to help fill an area when you're trying to remove something in the image that you don't want. For example, if I want to remove this lamp or if I wanted to remove this area over here, we can use a variety of different tools that are aware or try to be aware of the content surrounding the object. For example, if we select the Spot Healing Brush you notice that its default is set to Content Aware. So every time you use it Photoshop is analyzing the area around the distracting object and trying to fill it based on the content.

Same with the Patch tool here. You'll see that there is an option for Content Aware and under the Edit menu we can actually fill with Content Aware. So let's try that first, but we need to make a selection. So I'm going to tap the L key and that's going to give me the Lasso tool and I want to make a selection, so I'll just make sure that this initial icon is selected. Now remember ...

Removing unwanted details with Content-Aware Fill
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Removing unwanted details with Content-Aware Fill provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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