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Photoshop Content Aware Fill Parody

Last week the web was abuzz with excitement over a demo Adobe created for their upcoming “Content Aware Fill” feature. Well, it didn’t take long for parody videos to spring up, mocking how easily Photoshop will soon be able to completely create new “realities”. The above video is one such parody, ending with this gem:

There you go. A wonderful tool, and Adobe Photoshop again proving that everything you see is probably a lie.

Reminds me of the PhotoSketch technology that we covered last year.


 
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  • http://twitter.com/bhalash Mark Grealish

    Wow wow wow.

  • http://www.alexwisephotography.net/blog/ Alex

    Hahaha nice. Will be interesting to see how accurate the tool is. Must admit I'm quite sceptical…

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  • http://www.light-and-illusion.com/ Randall Klopping

    LOL, well since I can't possibly afford it when it comes out I guess I'll just have to be happy with the fact I can just paint it in as usual. Other than that, think I have to agree with Alex in my being skeptical as to how well it will actually work.

  • http://paperradio.net/ Jon

    You should have hidden the 'History' palette, dude!

  • http://twitter.com/conzpiro Joel Lundgren

    Haha, I thought it was a new vid that I missed, but it turned up to be a great laugh..

  • johnbarclay

    Hysterical

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  • http://twitter.com/hughomalley Hugh O'Malley

    it's not that great a tool. the chicks should have been naked…stupid adobe…

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  • Jason

    Pretty sure the version of photoshop in the video is photoshop 7 and content aware didnt even exist back then. The top left icon is old school.

  • alpinestars jackets

    good

  • alpinestars gloves

    Pretty sure the version of photoshop in the video is photoshop 7 and
    content aware didnt even exist back then. The top left icon is old
    school.