I agree - but I'm no expert and as I indicated - 3 key strokes - less than 10 secs and I did not take any careSo that is a really impressive example, also if you take into account how easy that might be. But what I see is that not only the program is content aware, but also the photographer has to be content aware and do some work on the replaced areas as you can obviously see that there are repeating patterns.
Ha, at some point in time when looking at digital images I started to get aware of sharpening halos which result from over sharpening, now that get a little bit more varied because I will see repeating patterns.
No, without question, they did a good job. But when looking at images, I more and more think about: Is it still photography or is it computer graphics and Adobe is going to push that edge more and more to the computer graphics side.I agree - but I'm no expert and as I indicated - 3 key strokes - less than 10 secs and I did not take any care
Well, it's possible that Google could come up with something that makes use of all the images ever posted to the web - along with artificial intelligence to allow you to build a scene interactively.Ha! Wait for CS7 or CS8 and you no longer need a camera. You just will need to describe your intended image to the program and you are done.