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.
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