Posts Tagged ‘content-aware fill’

Content Aware Fill in Photoshop and Gimp’s Resynthesizer Tool

March 29, 2010

Just a short note about Content Aware Fill. You might have seen the youtube video by Adobe and maybe you didn’t know that this was possible.

Here’s the video and the feature will be available in the next version of Photoshop

Turns out, however, that GIMP already supports this feature via a plugin. Maybe it’s not 100% as easy to use, but non the less it’s in the reach for everybody to try. Here is the video:

(There is another video at GIMP plugin “Resynthesizer” and “Single Window” mode that gets the same result on the last picture by just resynthesizing on selection.)

I think one can really only compare the two products when looking at high resolution pictures, so a final say has to await the release of CS5.

But you have to hand it to Adobe for their PR skills. I really like their video, it impressed me, and there had been a good chance that I hadn’t found out about alternatives already available to me.

And then one more: There is this video showing some artifacts created by GIMP Resynthesizer and how to fix those. (unfortunately the audio is a little to fast for the video.)

Is there a blog on cool image processing stuff for geek end-users?

March 28, 2010

I’m searching for a blog. It should cover topics around cool things one can do with one’s photos.

Maybe you know a blog like that. I’d love you to comment here and point me to this blog.

In order to find with blog, I need someone to read this blog. So I will use this posting to link to blog posts about topics that I would like to be covered by the blog I’m searching for. Maybe someone will come over and tell me which blog to subscribe to. .. so please help me.

Topics I’d like to have covered by the blog I’m searching.

(I will add more links here, and I will occasionally update this blog as long as I haven’t found a blog where somebody else is doing the updating.)


If you know a blog concerned with topics like this. Please let me know by commenting!!! Thanks.