Photoshop will finally fill in the empty gaps when you straighten an image


If you’ve ever tried to straighten an image in Photoshop, you’ve probably come across this problem – you start rotating the image, and then are left with unsightly white gaps at the corners. According to Adobe, that will soon no longer be an issue. We know you’ve been waiting for this. See the new Content-Aware Crop feature, coming soon to Photoshop CC: https://t.co/KqG4OAoWsy. — Adobe Photoshop (@Photoshop) May 26, 2016 Previously, you could either crop the image to cut out the borders or use Photoshop’s existing Content-Aware tool. Now Photoshop will just fill in the gaps automatically with a new ‘Content-Aware Crop’ option.…

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Photoshop will finally fill in the empty gaps when you straighten an image
Photoshop will finally fill in the empty gaps when you straighten an image



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