Have you ever seen these nasty dust spots from your sensor? Sure, you have. We all have.
Content-Aware Fill offers numerous solutions for you to get rid of these spots with ease!
What is Content-Aware?
Changing or removing an element in your image means that you want to replace some of the pixels. You can’t just remove pixels. If you do that, you’ll have a blank space in the image. You need to replace the pixels with others that make sense.
Ideally, you don’t want your viewer to notice that you’ve changed anything at all!
In the past, you would have to replace each pixel individually. But not anymore. Content-Aware Fill tools use algorithms to choose replacement pixels. You tell the program what you want to be moved or removed, and the algorithm does the rest.
With each version of Lightroom and Photoshop, the algorithms get better and better. The programs still guess wrong at times. We’ll show you what to do if this happens, but more often than not, the programs replace the pixels as if by magic.
Jenn Mishra will provide you with expert advice on the following Content-Aware tools:
- Spot Healing Brush
- Patch tool
- Content-Aware Move tool
- Content-Aware Fill workspace
She is also going to provide you with some learning assignments to build up your skills!
Content-Aware Fill technology has improved a lot over the years, but it’s not foolproof. You may need to use a combination of these tools to get the effect that you want.
Post-Processing programs have made it easy to move or remove objects from your image. Content-Aware Fill uses AI technology to select and blend the best replacement pixels. As if by magic, you can make objects or people disappear from your image!
Photo Credit: Jenn Mishra
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