Photoshop Tip Tuesday – 07/13/2010
It’s time for another Tip Tuesday. Today I’ll be demonstrating how you can use Content Aware Scale to transform an image. This is extremely useful to photographers & designers that need to stretch or squash an image for a design or layout. Have a look:
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Awesome tutorial demonstrating an ‘in the field’ use for Content Aware Scaling.
With the introduction of Content Aware Fill to the mix there’s just so much available to us it blows my mind; what I ask is Photoshop going to be like in say 5 years time? Incredible just thinking about it.
All the best to you,
Thanks for the tip A.J.
And yes I did think immediately think you were going to use CAF for touching up that sand problem caused by the stretching 🙂 Maybe I’m just looking for every opportunity to test drive these new CS5 features, instead of using the older tools 😉
Thanks for a great tutorial! I can definitely use this on some of my kayaking shots!