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crazzy88ss    66

I almost feel that this is TOO far! It seems really powerful.

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boogerjones    86

It's a niche feature that probably can only be used in very specific situations with certain images. Just like vanishing point, I doubt I'll ever use it.

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random_n    68

I genuinely have a hard time believing this - it's just too incredible. If it's true, then I can only speculate that by the time we get to CS8, Photoshop will consist of nothing more than File -> Open, File -> Save, and a big, red "easy" button. :laugh:

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Tech Star    254

Wow. That was really amazing. Such a time saver if you want to take something out and make it look good.

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RadishTM    318

Incredible! :|

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crazzy88ss    66

It's a niche feature that probably can only be used in very specific situations with certain images. Just like vanishing point, I doubt I'll ever use it.

seriously...? You're VERY mistaken. YOU may not use it, but I can guarantee many many people will.

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Solid Knight    521

It's a niche feature that probably can only be used in very specific situations with certain images. Just like vanishing point, I doubt I'll ever use it.

I've been wanting these kinds of features since I first thought to edit a photo on my computer. This makes removing a bunch of unwanted stuff in the photos super duper easy.

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Rigby    1,577

It's a niche feature that probably can only be used in very specific situations with certain images.

Are you kidding, did you even watch the video? A niche feature, no. A pretty amazing feature that could be used in cleaning up or editing any photo, yes. I mostly work with restoring old photos and it's a real pain trying to recreate sections of photos that have been destroyed. If this feature can do what they showed it will be an incredible time saver.

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Argote    73

It's a niche feature that probably can only be used in very specific situations with certain images. Just like vanishing point, I doubt I'll ever use it.

Uhm, dude, have you ever tried to remove freakin' power lines? If this works even half as well as advertised it's going to kick some major ass. And power lines often break an otherwise wonderful shot.

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:: Lyon ::    56

I saw this earler but makes me wonder.... is this some April fool joke? :( It's only a few days away

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Rigby    1,577

I saw this earler but makes me wonder.... is this some April fool joke? :( It's only a few days away

It's too early and it would be really dumb for a company to show off features of an upcoming product only to say "Just kidding".

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Sikh    192

I would abuse this feature as I have not so steady hands and end up with bad flare. Good/Decent pictures, bad flare. So yes bring it on Adobe!

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DrJens    20

Man! I will upgrade on the day they release CS5 Master Collection!?

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Draconian Guppy    13,038

Uhm, dude, have you ever tried to remove freakin' power lines? If this works even half as well as advertised it's going to kick some major ass. And power lines often break an otherwise wonderful shot.

+1 Power lines :/ they just ruin shots !!!

edit: wow just finished watching the video... Wow... I wonder what those renders look like up close. Eg if you can see if the blend in easily...

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Neo003    103

For f*** sake, you can't be serious. You mean we don't have to work any hard anymore. :o

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Joni_78    49

Wow, that saves a lot of time.

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qdave    159

It's pointless to take pics anymore..just select white page and do delete on it, since ps will fill it with something anyway :D

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Draconian Guppy    13,038

It's pointless to take pics anymore..just select white page and do delete on it, since ps will fill it with something anyway :D

LOL True. all you need is 1pixel, photoshop does teh rest.

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NeoXY    7

Holy.......

Are we for real here? This is definitely upgradable feature. I hope it makes it into CS5

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sanctified    1,225

The last part with the panorama left me really screaming WTF!!

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Nihilus    56

seriously...? You're VERY mistaken. YOU may not use it, but I can guarantee many many people will.

I've been wanting these kinds of features since I first thought to edit a photo on my computer. This makes removing a bunch of unwanted stuff in the photos super duper easy.

Are you kidding, did you even watch the video? A niche feature, no. A pretty amazing feature that could be used in cleaning up or editing any photo, yes. I mostly work with restoring old photos and it's a real pain trying to recreate sections of photos that have been destroyed. If this feature can do what they showed it will be an incredible time saver.

Uhm, dude, have you ever tried to remove freakin' power lines? If this works even half as well as advertised it's going to kick some major ass. And power lines often break an otherwise wonderful shot.

I think what the guy meant is that although this works very well in the demo shots apple chose to show you, it may not work quite so spectacularly in real life. I'd say it's a bit too early to be getting too excited, apple are hardly going to release videos demonstrating situations this feature doesn't work absolutely brilliantly in. For example I can't imagine it reconstructing parts of a crowd, or complex partially obscured patterns/silhouettes with any finesse.

Still, it does look like it has the potential to become a new favorite tool :p

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Berserk87    49

Saw this on digg a couple hours ago, simply amazing.

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sanctified    1,225

I think what the guy meant is that although this works very well in the demo shots apple chose to show you, it may not work quite so spectacularly in real life. I'd say it's a bit too early to be getting too excited, apple are hardly going to release videos demonstrating situations this feature doesn't work absolutely brilliantly in. For example I can't imagine it reconstructing parts of a crowd, or complex partially obscured patterns/silhouettes with any finesse.

Still, it does look like it has the potential to become a new favorite tool :p

Apple?

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Draconian Guppy    13,038

Apple?

:laugh: I thought the same thing... ADOBE... butt oh well :)

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Nihilus    56

Apple?

Heh, my bad. It's only just gone 6am over here :p

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