How to expand your horizons with Photoshop's Generative Fill

The expanded canvas with new content created by AI on the sides
The expanded canvas with new content created by AI on the sides (Image credit: Getty Images)

The original image in portrait orientation (Image credit: Getty Images)

Have you ever taken a scenic photo in portrait orientation and thought to yourself, it might have been better in landscape format? Or, sometimes, it’s just interesting to see what new versions of old images you can create. 

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Wendy Evans
Technique Editor, Digital Camera magazine

Wendy was the Editor of Digital Photo User for nearly five years, charting the rise of digital cameras and photography from expensive fad to mass market technology. She is a member of the Royal Photographic Society (LRPS) and while originally a Canon film user in the '80s and '90s, went over to the dark side and Nikon with the digital revolution. A second stint in the photography market was at ePHOTOzine, the online photography magazine, and now she's back again as Technique Editor of Digital Camera magazine, the UK's best-selling photography title. She is the author of 13 photography/CGI/Photoshop books, across a range of genres.