Fictional-Realistic Art Using Photoshop CS5’s Content-Aware Fill

Fictional-Realistic Art Using Photoshop CS5’s Content-Aware Fill
technology

Tabor Robak takes advantage of the software's new feature to erase military vehicles and create scenic photos.

Yofred Moik
  • 28 june 2010

Oregon-based digital artist, Tabor Robak, has a gallery of digital artwork titled ‘Annihilation’, using Photoshop CS5’s new content-aware fill feature to remove daunting military vehicles to create ironically peaceful and scenic environmental photos.  The residue left behind from using Photoshop’s content-aware fill has subtle traces that outline a tank, helicopter, and fighter jet. It reminds us that advancements made in intelligent algorithm and technical editing are initiating new genres in digital art.

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