Tuesday, 19 June 2012


Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended

Adobe® Photoshop® CS6 Extended software delivers even more imaging magic, new creative options, and the Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine for blazingly fast performance. Retouch with greater precision, and intuitively create 3D graphics, 2D designs, and movies using new and reimagined tools and workflows. Enhance your creativity and boost your productivity. Adobe® Photoshop® CS6 Extended software delivers blazingly fast performance with the new Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine, groundbreaking new Content-Aware tools, simplified 3D artwork creation, reengineered design tools, and more.
Retouch images faster with new Content-Aware Patch
Bringing imaging magic to Adobe® Photoshop® CS6 software, the acclaimed Content-Aware family of tools lets you retouch or recompose images with astonishing ease, control, and speed. One of the newest of these intelligent editing tools, Content-Aware Patch, was just introduced in Photoshop CS6.

What is Content-Aware Patch?

Content-Aware Patch is designed for times when you want to remove unwanted content from a photo and then replace it with a precise and seamless patch. The tool automatically creates the patch for you, but only after you’ve shown it exactly which area of your image you’d like it to sample from.
And it uses Content-Aware technology to blend the patch into the surrounding area.

Patching challenges

The Content-Aware option introduced in Photoshop CS5 is a great choice when you want to remove unwanted content from an image. Once you’ve deleted your selected content, it can analyze the surrounding pixels and then fill the space with content that matches those pixels. In some cases, though, Content-Aware Fill doesn’t return the desired results. For example, it can fill the space with poorly matched content if the area surrounding the deleted content lacks consistency or a discernible pattern.

How does Content-Aware Patch solve the problem?

Content-Aware Patch gives you superior results by letting you determine the area it will sample from to create your patch. For example, if you want to remove an object from a tight row of similar objects, you can tell Content-Aware Patch to sample from a nearby background area to create a precise and natural-looking patch.

Retouch with greater precision

Content-Aware Patch gives you a fast and easy way to perfect your images. Simply delete the content you don’t want, direct the tool to the patch material you think will work best, and then watch as it uses Content-Aware technology to magically create a stunning result.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7GIURHoRUc&list=PLBA16F332CBB5E2AA&index=5&feature=plpp_video

13 comments:

  1. There are these new awesome content aware move and content aware patch tools in the new Photoshop – check them out -

    http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-design/russell-brown-six-favorite-features-from-photoshop-cs6-in-six-minutes/?sdid=JUMMY and finally photoshop supports a little bit of video work too! And the best part is all the features are available in the demo version I got from here -

    http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN

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  2. I absolutely love the new Photoshop CS6 simply for one feature. Photographers have always struggled to correct wide angle, fisheye and perspective distortions using the lens correction feature on Photoshop and that has been useful. But now there’s a new feature that is sure to blow every photographer out of his boots - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-cs6-featuretour/russell-brown-look-at-the-big-picture-with-adaptive-wide-angle-in-photoshop-cs6/?sdid=JYNWT. Adaptive wide angle is so intuitive and so accurate, it makes distortion correction a breeze. Now you can make any wide angle shot look like a panoramic stitched image in seconds!
    http://adobecs6blog.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/adobe-photoshop-cs6-extended/

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  3. I recently went on a trip to the hills and obviously went crazy with the wide angle shots. It’s a real shame that there’s so much distortion in a wide angle shot because not a single one of my pics is suitable to use as a wallpaper or postcard. I searched google for ways to fix wide angle distortion and found this - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-cs6-featuretour/russell-brown-look-at-the-big-picture-with-adaptive-wide-angle-in-photoshop-cs6/?sdid=JYNWT It looked kinda surreal so I downloaded the trial version from here - http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and found adaptive wide angle to be an absolute god send!

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  4. You wouldn’t think that a tool as basic as the crop tool can be improved or modified but as someone who works heavily with resizing and scaling images for mailers, invites, postcards and visiting cards,I find this new feature in Photoshop CS6 to be a life saver! http://tv.adobe.com/watch/the-complete-picture-with-julieanne-kost/the-newly-redesigned-crop-tool-in-photoshop-cs6/?sdid=JYNWU It’s amazing how easy it makes your life with simple tweaks to the crop size, shape and centralization of content.

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  5. You wouldn’t think that a tool as basic as the crop tool can be improved or modified but as someone who works heavily with resizing and scaling images for mailers, invites, postcards and visiting cards,I find this new feature in Photoshop CS6 to be a life saver! http://tv.adobe.com/watch/the-complete-picture-with-julieanne-kost/the-newly-redesigned-crop-tool-in-photoshop-cs6/?sdid=JYNWU It’s amazing how easy it makes your life with simple tweaks to the crop size, shape and centralization of content.

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  6. As a hobby, I picked up Photoshop and started making mock movie posters and text art for friends using their Facebook photos. I was always fascinated by the way textures and perspectives were added to text forms and generally spent 3-4 hours on the weekends going through photoshop tutorials. Then I found this video http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-cs6-featuretour/3d-controls-at-your-fingertips-in-photoshop-cs6-extended/?sdid=JYNWV and decided to give the new CS6 a shot. It’s really awesome and makes my life so much easier. Now I no longer get frustrated with my screen and churn out 2-3 posters every weekend!

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  7. Ever since Instagram came along, adding effects has been all the rage. I used the app myself to make my pics look more “arty” but then got kinda bored of it. I installed an old photoshop version and started playing with the blur feature to add perspective and tilt-shift effects to my shots. After seeing these insane new features in the CS6 http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-cs6-featuretour/new-blur-gallery-in-photoshop-cs6/?sdid=JYNXW blur gallery, I could resist getting the trial version http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and playing around with it.

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  8. I always used photoshop to colour correct and make last minute touch ups to my photographs coz a field reporter barely has any time to make large changes to images. Now that’s all changed with the new blur gallery in Photoshop CS6. http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-cs6-featuretour/new-blur-gallery-in-photoshop-cs6/?sdid=JYNXW. I can make focus changes, multiple focal points and even draw attention to the off-center subjects with one click tilt-shift. Now my photos are ready to hit the web with huge modifications in just minutes, it’s so amazing!
    http://adobecs6blog.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/adobe-photoshop-cs6-extended/

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  9. Photoshop - Using the new Crop tool
    Cropping is one of the most common operations in Photoshop. So it's only fitting that the Crop tool has experienced a quantum leap in CS6. In this movie, watch how to preview the angle of your image to confirm that your crop is plumb. You can revisit a crop any time you like, so you never waste effort. And by default, the Crop tool hides pixels instead of permanently deleting them.
    http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-photoshop-cs6/using-the-new-crop-tool/

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  10. This is exactly why I love digital editing and creation software - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/adobe-cs6-artist-series/customer-spotlight-adobe-mi-zo/?sdid=JYKZO. Those two words, unpredictable and discovery and the keys to unleashing creativity and photoshop is perfect for that. I never looked at photoshop as a tool the create such out of the world renders but now I know that the sky is the limit. I’ve got the free demo from here – http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and I think you should too, just to give a creative outlet for all those thoughts!
    http://adobecs6blog.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/adobe-photoshop-cs6-extended/

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  11. I’m a photographer and I hate wide angle shots just because everything gets so distorted. My brother gifted me the Canon EF-S 10-22mm for my birthday and I haven’t really used it because I hate how it screws up the dimensions of everything. He showed me this video
    http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-cs6-featuretour/russell-brown-look-at-the-big-picture-with-adaptive-wide-angle-in-photoshop-cs6/?sdid=JYNWT
    because he was pissed off that I wasn’t using his gift and he even bought me the new photosohop CS6. This adaptive wide angle feature’s so freakin awesome! You can get the trial version from the Adobe site
    http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN
    but trust me, make a small face and get someone to buy it for you,it’s totally worth more than just 30 days!

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  12. I’m a painter and wanted to make the jump to digital art, looking at the way things were going in the art scene. So I got the trial version of photoshop from http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and started experimenting with some tools on the software. The interface is really easy to use. Then my wife suggested I watch thishttp://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-cs6-featuretour/3d-controls-at-your-fingertips-in-photoshop-cs6-extended/?sdid=JYNWV. So I did and it blew my mind! Now 3D art is a piece of cake!

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  13. Watch the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Roadshow videos on demand...

    http://www.adobecs6vod.com/?sdid=KABYU

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