7 comments on “Anti-cropping: Changing the Game with Content-aware Fill

  1. Realizing the Blog’s purpose was to show the advantage of the new Content aware fill tool in CS5. But I would have been more likely to have done a rough selection of the hawk, mirrored it and then worked to blend it into the image. The final results would be the hawk arriving instead of it leaving

    • I considered it, Gene. Any birder would have called me on it as the hawk is on a power down-beat which means it is lifting-not feathering for landing. But you are right, the composition might be better. That is a job for a CS4 and beyond tool: Auto-blend Layers… Perhaps I will continue the video?

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