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    Newest Photoshop uses witchcraft

    Me want content aware fill NOW NOW NOW !!

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH0aEp1oDOI"]YouTube- Content-Aware Fill Sneak Peek[/ame]

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    Oh me too! That's fantastic!

    I thought removing the road was good, but the panoramic sky was veryimpressive!

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    apparently features like this have been in gimp for years

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    I've no doubt content aware fill will be incompatible with networks

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    Thats amazing, what version will that be on?

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    That really is witchcraft! I want!

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    It's the devils work!! The DEVIL I SAY!!!

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    nooooooooooo that cant be real... can it... wow... !!!

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    Nice! It seems to handle very well, and the production of a random spot of desert instead of the road was damn impressive.

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    Wow, reminds me of the removal options in combustion, but thats for video (and damn amazing if anyone gets to see it in action.)

    Thats certainly fantastic - but photoshop is a dangerous tool in the wrong hands....

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    That progress bar is actually charting the time it takes to upload it to a group of super-PS monkeys who fix the image, then send it back. It can't possibly be done by the software!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHR1S View Post
    Thats amazing, what version will that be on?
    CS5

    Now someone pass me a tissue

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy View Post
    I've no doubt content aware fill will be incompatible with networks
    It's Adobe isn't it?

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    That's properly awesome, but my problem is I won't want to use it.
    For some reason I seem to get more satisfaction from doing things 'the hard way'. And when I say 'satisfaction', I mean 'relief' that I've finally completed something after the inevitable hours of fiddling and frustration.

    WYSIWYG web editors are a good example, as is software like iMovie. I like to make my code/transitions by hand, thanks very much! (Even if using a preset or other automatic method gives better results.)

    Something tells me I would use something as easy as that, though!

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    Ooh, and just think what this'll do to all those people who think that they can 'do' Photoshop because they can use layer styles...

    They'll think they're van Gogh (even more than they currently do)!
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