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Adaptive Wide Angle Correction and Content-Aware Fill
This video demonstrates Photoshop's tools to manipulate images to get proper perspective, removing the distortion caused by wide-angle lenses and then filling in the missing pieces.
NEW Straighten photos
Show: Learn Photoshop Elements
If you have photos that have come out crooked, you need not retake them. You can simply straighten the photos using Photoshop Elements. Not only will Photoshop Elements straighten your images, it will let you create magic with features such as Content-Aware Fill.
Removing Distracting Elements using the enhanced Content Aware Technology in Photoshop
In this video, Julieanne will show you how to remove distracting elements using the improved Content-Aware technologies including the ability to blend colors and textures better than ever before.
Straightening photos with Content-Aware fill
Watch how Photoshop Elements Editor generates content to fill the edges of a photograph when you try to straighten the image. Also learn how to clean up the image if the content-aware fill workflow generates any unwanted artifacts, using Healing Brushes or the Clone Stamp tool.
Fixing rips and creases
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Learn how to repair creases and tears in a photograph. Bryan Hughes uses the Spot Healing Brush as well as the Content-Aware Fill and the Content-Aware Patch tools to make larger repairs within an image. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop. Learn more from the full courses at lynda.com.
Using Content-Aware Patch
Show: Visual Design CS6
In this movie, learn about the new Content-Aware Patch tool. See how to use this tool to heal away undesirable portions of an image. Select a specific region, and Photoshop automatically defines a randomized fill pattern. Consider it a more selective version of Content-Aware Fill.