Thursday, March 25, 2010

Photoshop CS5 Patch Match Intelligent Fill

After the amazing seamcarving technique, it was just a matter of time for it to be further expanded into things like the incredible patch match in Photoshop CS5.

This intelligent fill analyzes the texture of the selected areas, and allows you to easily remove elements from an image:

And, even more incredible, allows you to recreate missing parts of a picture based on its surroundings - which is really incredible when applied to panoramic stitched photos:

Here's a video showcasing these features in the upcoming Photoshop CS5:


  1. Paul Harrison's Resynthesizer is a texture-synthesis plugin for the GIMP. You can have it remove any object from a picture and automatically replace it with a synthetic background, with impressively professional-looking results. (since 2006)

  2. here is another secret:

    content aware is nice but patchmatch and reshuffling are NOT in CS5 (the constraint feature)

    what a scam

  3. yea, wtf... just got cs5 to test this out and its not there

  4. In which version of photoshop i could find the patch match feature.


  5. its not called patch match. just, select an area, use any select method you like, then right click in the area selected or press delete. and select 'fill', in the next dialog box select content aware and press enter :) easy peasy and very impressive results ... enjoy ^^


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