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new feature in photoshop CS5

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Kondrath    107

@Shasoosh

I LOLOLOL'd... That's hilarious.

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Carbon Fiber    48

GO ADOBE!

Adobe for live ;) :yes:

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itzwolf    22

I'm not a Photoshop guy by any means, but this would make me one... That is amazing how that is working. Just seems to good ot be true!

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Shasoosh    43

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JoHideo    3

Does anyone on a Mac know how to get Resynthesizer working?

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Sir Topham Hatt    361

This would be a very helpful feature and would certainly get me out there taking more photos!

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badldragon    4

Was thinking that this would be a really good feature to have to prep images for canvas printing where subject at the periphery of the image would be lost in the stretching of the canvas. All you would need to do would be to enlarge the canvas area in PS and use that fill feature to create a new matched region that will be the area that is fitted around the side of the canvas frame.

Least the theory works in my head.

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ThinkBrad    0

I can't get resynth working on a Mac, either.

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Geoffrey B.    1,415

seams almost too good to be true. early april fools perhaps?

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.Markus    194

That is some seriously impressive stuff!! ohmy.gif

Just received an email from Adobe, they're having the actual CS5 launch event on this Monday the 12th!

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Shasoosh    43

The new photohosp compared to gimp results (you can check out page 2 & 3 in this thread to see the original pics and what i've accomplished with gimp) :)

inwoiq.jpg

aox0r4.jpg

I want to make it clear that i just selected the area and pressed delete! really amazing!

but this is what i got when i tried to delete the all mountain

1easev.jpg

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Phenom II    104

The new photohosp compared to gimp results (you can check out page 2 & 3 in this thread to see the original pics and what i've accomplished with gimp) :)

inwoiq.jpg

aox0r4.jpg

I want to make it clear that i just selected the area and pressed delete! really amazing!

but this is what i got when i tried to delete the all mountain

1easev.jpg

It is content aware. so it matches the space with what the majority around it is, so if the majority is mountain, it will match with mountain

Thats my understanding anyway :)

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Phenom II    104

Adobe has the trials available for download now, it is amazing, purely amazing !

capturehmu.jpg

fghfghg.jpg

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crazzy88ss    66

I'd like to see 100% crops on a 12+mp image, though.

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Phenom II    104

123%

16162718.jpg

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crazzy88ss    66

too much, bring it back down to 100%.

:p Thanks!

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Phenom II    104
capturelz.jpg

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crazzy88ss    66

LOL I was joking, but thank you :)

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xtrabit racing    28

CS5 Magic ;)

post-236582-12727348343596.jpg

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Malisk    142

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

Yes, it will probably become quite useful in e.g. magazines, where they can now more easily retouch stuff irrelevant to the photo "out" of the picture. (they often use stock photography to accompany the articles, where they may not be perfectly suited, but almost, and where this can come in handy)

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HawkMan    5,232

Still need to manually fix the little bug where fields end above the rightmost tower where one of the balloons where.

but overall, damn good job. and that bug is a lot less to fix than having to do all of it manually :)

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Alladaskill17    181

Incredible! :|

My thoughts exactly. Those guys over at Adobe really know what they're doing.

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HawkMan    5,232

Yes, it will probably become quite useful in e.g. magazines, where they can now more easily retouch stuff irrelevant to the photo "out" of the picture. (they often use stock photography to accompany the articles, where they may not be perfectly suited, but almost, and where this can come in handy)

ummm, you don't have to work for a magazine to want to remove some powerlines or other random unwanted elements from your otherwise perfect or even just good shot. Especially if you do landscape, and well, there's nowhere in the world you can get a good landscape shot today without some random powerline ruining the shot.

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ranasrule    78

dubai

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Phenom II    104

LOL I was joking, but thank you :)

As I posted it I wondered why 123% was any less easy to see lol :laugh:

Still need to manually fix the little bug where fields end above the rightmost tower where one of the balloons where.

but overall, damn good job. and that bug is a lot less to fix than having to do all of it manually :)

Yea I saw that, but removing the balloons was literally a 30 second job !

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