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How To Use Photoshop Content Aware Tool

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A great educational resource, on how to use one of Photoshop’s most powerful new features. The new content aware feature is a great addition to Photoshop. The feature allows Photoshop users to remove objects and people from photographs, while not disrupting the background of the photo, and not showing noticeable amendments.

In this resource we have produced a video screencast upon how to use the content aware feature in Photoshop, where we will guide you through the process of using the content aware tool to extract people and objects from a photography. Once you learn how to use this tool you can remove objects, people, etc from almost any photo. This is a great quick tip, which you will truly enjoy.

The tutorial takes less than a few minutes, so watch and enjoy. I would love to hear your thoughts and feedback in the comments section below, it would be really appreciated.

Tutorial Details:

Difficulty: Beginner

Tutorial estimation time: 3 to 10mins

Program: Photoshop CS5.5 and above

Resources Needed:

We used a stock from Big Stock Photo which you can purchase from their site, or alternatively use any other stock photo of your choice. bigstock-soccer-player-on-the-beach-of--12150368

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5 thoughts on “How To Use Photoshop Content Aware Tool

  1. This video tutorial creates an awareness of the content tool of the Photoshop in very clear and easy manner. A tutorial specifically describes every step on “How to use” thus turning out to be a great source of information for the beginners as well as users using its latest version.

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