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Review: Snapheal is Great For Mac Users Who Need Content Aware Fill à la Carte

When Adobe unleashed Photoshop CS5 back in April 2010, one of the big features that had photographers buzzing was Content Aware Fill. With a simple selection and a few keystrokes, the tool could magically delete a portion of a photograph and replace the void with details from the surrounding area. The tool was so revolutionary that when a sneak peek demo went viral, viewers began calling the video fake and too good to be true. It wasn’t.
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Snapheal Brings Content Aware Fill to Your Mac for Only $19.99

The “Content Aware Fill” tool was one of the most lauded advancements in Photoshop CS5. Of course, the tool wasn’t without its occasional glitches, but the ability to select a section and have the program clone it out automatically was still very impressive. But what if that’s the only tool you want to use? What if you’re a casual photographer who wants to remove unwanted sections in your composition without buying and learning a whole editing suite? Read more…