A Photoshop Trick for Lightroom Users: Extending The Background
As much as Lightroom does (and it’s a bunch), there are still some things you need to jump over to Photoshop for, and this is one of them. It’s an old school Photoshop trick that allows you to extend the background of your image without a bunch of cloning. In this case, it enabled me to
Hoping you found that helpful (ain’t no school, like the old school!). 😉
Here’s to a rockin’ week, everybody!
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Great tip!! Couldn’t you also use Content Aware Scale to do the same thing? I your book Photoshop CC you actually used that and I’ve used it several times on my images. Just wondering if there is something I’m missing with Content Aware Scale.
Again … Great tip! Now I have two options!! Always like options.:-)
Excellent trick, hadn’t seen that one before, thank you!
Cumbersome, in PS i simply resize the canvas and then use context-aware fill
The idea was to teach a Photoshop technique for those times when Content-Aware Fill doesn’t work, which is often. 🙂