Photoshop’s New, More Powerful ‘Content-Aware Fill’ Can Realistically Remove Any Object From Your Photos

Adobe Photoshop’s Content-Aware Fill is a useful tool to remove unwanted objects from your photos, but sometimes the results can fall short and the current tool doesn’t have any options to customize the results.

Well, all that is going to change with a powerful new upgrade to Content-Aware Fill that will give the tool its own workspace and additional customizations so you have more control over your images. The upgrade will let you preview the results in real-time and deselect parts of the image you would like to exclude from sampling.

With Adobe Sensei creative intelligence technology, the tool can now adapt to the scene. You can rotate, scale, and mirror source pixels, and output the results to a new layer. Watch the tool in action below.

00:08 – Current Content-Aware Fill
00:21 – New Content-Aware Fill
01:05 – Example 2: Rotate & Scale
01:20 – Example 3: Mirror
01:26 – Example 4: Output settings

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