This could be very useful for improving old family photographs! From an article by Andrew Liszewski published in the GizModo web site:
"Project All of Me promises to easily fix poor framing after a photo's been snapped.
"Have you ever prepped a photo for printing but regretted not being more generous with your framing when snapping the image? Extending the borders of a photo before digital editing was all but impossible, and it still represents a time-consuming challenge for even Photoshop masters, but a new tool teased by Adobe on Wednesday could make it impossibly easy to “uncrop” a photograph.
"Adobe Max, the company’s annual 'creativity conference' where it brings artists together to talk about how they use Adobe’s tools, is wrapping up today. The company also uses the conference as an opportunity to reveal new features coming to its various apps, like Photoshop’s ability to now delete an ex from a photo with just a single click, and provide sneak peeks of even more advanced tools that could one day end up a part of the Creative Cloud collection.
"The Adobe Max ‘Sneaks’ event showcases some of the innovative research the company’s developers have been working on over the past year, while a big-name celebrity oohs and aahs at the various on-stage demonstrations for an hour and a half. This year Qing Liu revealed a new tool in development called Project All of Me that heavily relies on AI to automatically rebuild missing parts of a photo, allowing an image to be uncropped, and extended on any side, with next to no effort from a user."
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