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Cleanup.pictures: How to Easily to Remove Objects From Your Photos

Removing unwanted objects and text out of an image to clean up your photo used to require special software and skills, but these days AI has led to features like Content-Aware Fill in Photoshop that lets anyone do it in just a few clicks. If you do not have a Photoshop subscription, there is a free Web and mobile app called Cleanup.pictures you can use.

Samsung is Bringing Some Galaxy S21 Features to Older Devices

Samsung is bringing several of the new capabilities that came with the Galaxy S21 Ultra and its One UI OS to its older phones, including the Galaxy S20, Note 20, Z Fold 2, and Z Flip devices. While not all the features in its latest One UI Android skin are coming, many camera features are.

Adobe Unveils Major Photoshop Update for Desktop and iPad

Photoshop turns 30 years old today, and in honor of this most feared of millennial milestones, Adobe has released a major update for Photoshop on both the desktop and the iPad, improving some of the most-used and important features on both platforms: Content Aware Fill and Object Selection.

Adobe Shows Off Improved Content-Aware Fill Coming Soon to Photoshop

Adobe is making some big improvements to the Content-Aware Fill tool in Photoshop. In a sneak peek of an update that's "coming soon," Photoshop Product Manager Meredith Stotzner shows how an upcoming version of the tool will make it easier to get realistic results from this already-powerful fill tool.

A Crash Course on Photoshop’s New ‘Content-Aware Fill on Steroids’

Adobe's October 2018 update to Photoshop CC brought a host of new features, and one of the most exciting ones is the new Content-Aware Fill, which has powerful new abilities and its own dedicated workspace and tools. Here's a 10-minute crash course on the new system by photoshopCAFE that will help you hit the ground running.

Sneak Peek: This is Content-Aware Fill on Steroids

Adobe Photoshop's Content-Aware Fill is a powerful way to remove portions of photos, but its results can fall short and it doesn't have tools for customizing the results. But that's about to change: it will soon receive a huge upgrade with its own workspace and tools, and the 2-minute video above is a Sneak Peek at what's coming soon.

Adobe Scene Stitch is Like Content-Aware Fill with an Imagination

In addition to its Cloak and Scribbler projects, Adobe also used its MAX 2017 conference to offer a sneak peek of a technology called Scene Stitch. It's like Content-Aware Fill on steroids: instead of guessing the fill content with details from the photo, Scene Stitch uses AI and a database of images to find content to fill the hole.

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.

Countering Stryker’s Punch: Filling the Black Hole with Photoshop and GIMP

The visual record left behind by the United States Farm Security Administration (FSA) photographers has, according to New York Times critic Charles Hagen, come to “represent one of the most ambitious attempts ever made to depict a society in photographs (Hagen, 1985).”

Google Will Soon Be Able to Remove Unwanted Objects from Your Photos

Google made a bunch of interesting and exciting camera-related announcements at I/O 2017, and we'll cover them all, but one of the most intriguing was also one of the shortest. Google briefly showed off a powerful "content aware fill" feature that left people wide-eyed and clapping furiously.