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Laguna Hiker

Photo: Context-Aware Fill?

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I've just switched over from Photoshop CC. One of the features I used pretty regularly in Photoshop was its 'context-aware fill'. Basically, given a single image (not a stack), I could select an area in a picture, delete that area, and Photoshop would fill in the background from the area surrounding the one that I deleted. 

 

For example, if I have taken a nice picture of a church, but there's a car in its parking lot, I could select the car (and just a small bit of its surrounding area) and delete the car. Photoshop would fill in the background of the parking lot to replace the deleted car.

 

Does Affinity Photo have a similar feature? I thought I saw something similar in the demo video, but I can't find a tutorial or forum post on the subject. Thanks for your help.

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