Software-maker Adobe posted an interesting video on its Photoshop channel through YouTube. The clip showcases content-aware move, which is one of the new features in the upcoming Photoshop CS6 update. Similar to content-aware fill in Photoshop CS5 that replaces the missing pixels behind removed image elements, the new feature lets you define a region and move it around with the background replacing automatically. What’s best is that one only needs to draw a rough boundary around the wanted object and the software will figure out the rest to —in most cases— define a pixel-perfect selection. Moreover, ite lets you stretch and extend objects intelligently without suffering any of the nasty artifacts. More sneak peek videos are after the break. Oh, and 9to5Toys offers some sales promotions on Adobe products.
Adobe Creative Suite 6 is a major upgrade due for release later this year alongside subscription-based Creative Cloud services. Creative Cloud encompasses all the CS6 desktop software plus more services, new tools, Adobe Touch Apps, rich community features, and continuous upgrades and updates to all products and services as part of your Creative Cloud membership. The company said Creative Cloud membership starts at $49 a month that allots 20GB of cloud storage shared across Creative Suite 6 apps.
- Adobe details Creative Cloud: $49.99 membership fee, 20GB storage, Lightroom 4, Muse, Edge, Photoshop touch apps (9to5mac.com)