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    Photoshop CS5

    I just got this link to a video on U Tube demonstrating a new feature on the CS5 "Content Aware tool" when it is released.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=NH0aEp1oDOI#t=113
    If this starts part way into the video just pull back the slider to the start.
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    omg that is so cool!! when is cs5 being released does anyone know?
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    that looks awesome
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    Thats pretty impressive, it will be interesting to see how it performs on non adobe photo's.

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    .........could of used that feature this week

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    A very handy feature indeed.
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    That is an amazing tool they have added.

    Content Aware Fill -- my photo ends up only being partly my work and partly Adobe's skill. Will I have to give them vredit?
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    Content Aware!!!!!!

    lol Graham.. funny question

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    I had ps7, just recently finally got CS4, now they are releasing 5 I havent even gotten hang of 4!!!
    NOOOOOOO!!!!!!

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    How is it doing that

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    Holy smokes .... this blew me away
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    Can't believe CS5 is coming - doesn't seem that long ago when CS4 was released. That tool was awsome - how handy would that be with your panos? I always hated having to crop my panos with all the space around the final image.
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    Having still not mastered CS4 and being out of work I think I'll stick with 4 for a while yet!
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    That is unreal how much easier does that make the job,well hurry up and release it adobe i want it now

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    Now I might actually need photoshop. Lightroom killed PS CS4 for me.

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    very cool - I have no idea how it decided to add a mountain in the range in the panorama though ....I wonder what processor they were using to demonstrate too !
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    I have started saving for CS5
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    Using it as a clone tool to 'intelligently' get rid of rubbish etc, I get, but with the Pano, I think we will see the discussion about Digital Art versus Photography come back into play. I don't dispute that it is a brilliantly designed tool, but to add about 10% to a photo with 'faked' image makes me wonder about where the lines between photography (capture of light) and digital art, 'creation' of an image on a computer are going to be drawn.

    I would happily use it to clone out a power pole etc, but to add that much to a scene (the pano), I would rather take more photos in the first place and stitch them together, than allow my computer to 'make up' entire sections of sky and land.
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    i know ill be gettin cs5 all be it student version but hey tools are better from the vids. anyone seen the puppet video where u can ad points and manipulate a image of a puppet ect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    Using it as a clone tool to 'intelligently' get rid of rubbish etc, I get, but with the Pano, I think we will see the discussion about Digital Art versus Photography come back into play. I don't dispute that it is a brilliantly designed tool, but to add about 10% to a photo with 'faked' image makes me wonder about where the lines between photography (capture of light) and digital art, 'creation' of an image on a computer are going to be drawn.

    I would happily use it to clone out a power pole etc, but to add that much to a scene (the pano), I would rather take more photos in the first place and stitch them together, than allow my computer to 'make up' entire sections of sky and land.
    agreee whole heartedly !
    as more post processing tools become available, I quite fear that getting it right at the scene (eg taking panoramic shots correctly) will lose emphasis because "ah what the heck, CS5 will fix it up"

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