How do you scare a photojournalist with a strong sense of morals? Show him how to use the Content-Aware Fill tool in Photoshop. This enhancement in CS5 makes it dead simple to dramatically remove objects from an image, and we'll show you how in this video. Just be sure you use it for good, and not for evil.
Adobe's new image-processing feature for Photoshop CS5 drops jaws with its ability to remove objects and build landscapes
The company's ICE software now can stitch video frames into panoramic images and fill in inevitable gaps. It shows the field of computational photography is still in its early days.
Adobe's new Photoshop Mix app pushes some grunt work off wimpy tablets and onto to heavy-duty Internet servers -- an unusual approach that points toward the future of computing.
The basic versions of Adobe's flagship Photoshop and Premiere software have been updated with new features, including Content-Aware Move and pet-eye correction.
Improved performance, better camera-raw processing and enhancements to text, painting, 3D and video make it an upgrade almost all existing users should consider.
Convincing customers to spend big bucks on Adobe's image-editing software is a lot easier if they can be hooked on a free beta version.
A content-aware move tool lets people move even complicated objects around an image, with Photoshop handling the hard part.
Along with the new features -- a few whizzy, the majority eminently practical -- the launch of Photoshop CS6 marks Adobe's first major step toward its revamping of the Creative Suite business.
With a public beta of Photoshop CS6 arriving tonight, Adobe is moving video editing from a sideshow to center stage, matching the real-world merging of still photography and videography.