How can you extend a motion in an image with Photoshop?

I have extended an image: Extended Image (Close View)

Now when zooming out it is like this: Extended Image (Far View)

It is clearly visible that the extend part wasn’t part of the picture. Do you have any clue how I can fix this? I’m just trying to let the image look like it has never been extended, so remove of the line and such in the middle. How can I do this in Photoshop? I’m not sure what terms to google for.

Answer

I’ve been playing around with Content Aware Scale after being inspired by this question, and have what I think is a great solution, quite different from my first, and an awful lot easier! A one minute solution.

  1. Draw a rough selection around the car, I simply used the Polygonal Lasso
  2. In the Channels palette click the “Save selection as channel” button
  3. Hit “Edit” > “Content-Aware Scale”
  4. On the top bar, under “Protect” select the Alpha channel (Alpha 1)
  5. Drag the handle to scale the image, noting that the car is not distorted at all.

I was very pleased to extend my knowledge of content aware scaling, and I think the result is basically flawless:

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Source : Link , Question Author : Aebian , Answer Author : mayersdesign

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