When to Use the Content Aware Fill
so content. Aware fill is probably the newest of the technology, and it's interesting because it's been around for his private around for 45 years at least, and they sneak updates into it. You just don't know. It's like a new version of Photoshopped comes out on content aware didn't change, but it actually did. Change under the hood just works better, and we just we never knew. But the way content aware works out is you make a selection, and I usually you could make a selection with any selection tool you want so you could take your lasso tool and you can select around something. Or you could take a more refined selection tool and select something. Um, you make a selection and then you go to edit Phil and inside the fill dialog box, you choose content aware. So that's the kind of technology that if you looked at the Rocket, actually started to rebuild part of that rock. So it's really it's looking at what you're trying to fix, its looking at everything around it, hence content aware, U...
m, and it's making making an adjustment based on that so incredibly, incredibly powerful stuff again, you can use any tool that you want with it. There is a keyboard shortcut. If you do shift, delete on the Mac or shift backspace on the PC, that's the short cut to open up that Phil dialog box. Uh, so you come in there and just choose content or Phil, it's gone. A little side note to that one is if it doesn't look good the first time edit, undo and tried again because it works a little bit different every time. Even if you make. If you use the lasso tool and you make this latest little change to the selection, it can totally change the way that works.