Abracadabra: Find the magic in Photoshop’s Content-Aware tools
This time-saving image editing tool is both amazing and easy to use
By Mike Jackson
Posted on Monday, July 2nd, 2018
Adobe added Content-Aware into Photoshop in CS5 in 2010. Wow! It was and is a game changer. Over the years since its initial inclusion, Content-Aware tools and features have become increasingly powerful. Content-Aware technology is truly magical!
When applied, Content-Aware analyzes nearby areas for color, texture and content to either fill or replace defective or missing areas of an image that would often take many steps to achieve prior to the technology.
For example, the Spot Healing Brush can quickly replace dust and spots often found in digital images when the lens is dirty, or if the sensor has collected lint or dirt. These repairs typically require a simple click. The same Spot Healing Brush can be used to remove power lines, trash or graffiti in a photo. Jet contrails across the sky can also be removed with relative ease.
Mike and Darla Jackson operate Golden Studios in Loveland, Colorado, and do a variety of sign-related projects. Mike’s website is www.goldenstudios.com. His email address is email@example.com. You can see more of Mike’s photos at www.tetonimages.com and www.goldenstudios.com.