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Adobe Cloak is Content-Aware Fill for Video

Adobe demoed a number of technologies at Adobe MAX 2017 yesterday, including something called Cloak. It's basically Photoshop's Content-Aware Fill for video -- you can easily remove unwanted things from video, as you can see in the 6-minute demo above.

Sneak Peek: Adobe SkyReplace Swaps Out the Skies in Your Photos

Over at Adobe MAX 2016, Adobe gave a sneak peek of a new technology they're brewing called SkyReplace. The feature makes it extremely easy to replace the sky and look of a photo with just a few clicks and zero Photoshop knowledge. You can watch it in action in the 5-minute demo above.

Everyone at Adobe MAX 2015 Received a Free Fujifilm X-T10 Kit Worth $999

Google's annual I/O conference is famous for giving attendees free phones, tablets, and laptops over the years. In case you haven't heard, Adobe has the same tradition going on with its Adobe MAX conference. At the MAX 2015 conference in Los Angeles earlier this month, Adobe gave everyone who attended a free Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera and an 18-55mm kit lens. It's a kit that's worth $999.

Sneak Peek: Adobe ‘Monument Mode’ Wipes Tourists from a Scene in Real Time

At the Adobe MAX conference last night, Adobe shared some sneak peeks at innovative technologies currently being brewed by company scientists in their lab. The recent Dehaze feature in Lightroom was teased at the same conference last year.

This time around, one of the photo technologies that was unveiled is a camera feature called Monument Mode. Switch it on, and your camera will be able to shoot photos that are free of tourists and other distracting elements.

Adobe Unveils Its Photoshop Fix Mobile Editing App

After pulling the plug on its Photoshop Touch app back in May, Adobe is now back in the mobile photo editing game. Today the company officially launched Photoshop Fix, the app that was teased months ago and code-named "Project Rigel."

Adobe Shows Off Features for Changing Time of Day Lighting and Removing Fog

At the Adobe MAX 2014 conference this past week, Adobe showed off some of the crazy technology current brewing in the company's labs. Two of them offer a glimpse at what may soon be available to photographers in Photoshop: changing the time of day (i.e. lighting) in photographs with a simple slider and removing haze from a scene automatically.