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Δευτέρα, 14 Ιουνίου 2010

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    Fill a selection or layer with color

    1. Choose a foreground or background color. (See Choose colors in the toolbox.)
    2. Select the area you want to fill. To fill an entire layer, select the layer in the Layers panel.
    3. Choose Edit > Fill to fill the selection or layer. Or to fill a path, select the path, and choose Fill Path from the Paths panel menu.
    4. In the Fill dialog box, choose one of the following options for Use, or select a custom pattern:
      Foreground Color, Background Color, Black, 50% Gray, or White
      Fills the selection with the specified color.
      Note:
      If you fill a CMYK image using the Black option, Photoshop fills all the channels with 100% black. This may result in more ink than is allowable by the printer. For best results when filling a CMYK image, use the Foreground option with the foreground color set to an appropriate black.
      Color
      Fills with a color you select from the Color Picker.
    5. Specify the blending mode and opacity for the paint. (See Blending modes.)
    6. If you’re working in a layer and want to fill only areas containing pixels, choose Preserve Transparency.
    7. Click the OK button to apply the fill.
      Note:
      To apply a foreground color fill only to the areas that contain pixels, press Alt+Shift+Backspace (Windows) or Option+Shift+Delete (Mac OS). This preserves the transparency of the layer. To apply a background color fill only to the areas that contain pixels, press Ctrl+Shift+Backspace (Windows) or Command+Shift+Delete (Mac OS).

    Use Content-aware, pattern, or history fills

    1. Select the part of the image you want to fill.
    2. Choose Edit > Fill.
      Note:
      On the Background layer, press Delete or Backspace to quickly access the Fill dialog box.
    3. From the Use menu, select one of the following:
      Content-Aware
      Seamlessly fills the selection with similar image content nearby. For the best results, create a selection that extends slightly into the area you want to replicate. (A quick lasso or marquee selection is often sufficient.)
      Note:
      Content-aware fills randomly synthesize similar image content. If you don’t like your original results, choose Edit > Undo, and apply another content-aware fill.
      Color Adaptation
      (Enabled by default) Algorithmically blends the color of the fill with the surrounding color
      Photoshop Content aware fill with Color Adaptation
      Content-aware fill with Color Adaptation

      Pattern
      Click the inverted arrow next to the pattern sample, and select a pattern from the pop‑up panel. You can load additional patterns using the pop‑up panel menu. Select the name of a library of patterns, or choose Load Patterns and navigate to the folder containing the patterns you want to use.
       
      (CC, CS6) You can also apply one of five included Scripted Patterns to easily create a variety of geometic fill patterns. Select Scripted Patterns at the bottom of the fill dialog box, and then choose a fill pattern from the Script pop-up menu.
      Note:
      If Pattern is dimmed, you need to load a pattern library prior to making a selection. (See Manage pattern libraries and presets.)
      History
      Restores the selected area to the source state or snapshot set in the History panel.
    Photoshop Content aware fill
    Content-aware fill

    A. Create selection that extends slightly into area you want to replicate. B. Seamlessly replace selection with Content-aware fill. 

    Fill the work canvas

    The work canvas surrounds the image area. You can fill the canvas with a different color that contrasts better with a given image.
    1. Right-click the work canvas, and choose Gray, Black, or Custom. (To specify the custom color, choose Select Custom Color.)