In this paper, we propose a hole filling technique which coherently reconstructs the hole region during the view synthesis. The holes can be filled successfully in case that the virtual camera locates between real cameras by using interpolation. However, they cannot be handled in case that the virtual camera locates beyond the field of view of the real camera. We address this problem by jointly using image completion technique and random walks. First, occlusion constraint is imposed in order to guide the filling order. It is observed that the holes occur in a similar pattern because of the geometric characteristic of the camera configuration. This observation named vertical prior in this paper is also used to label each pixel on the fill front with foreground or background. Second, the probabilities estimated by random walks are utilized to find the patch candidates and to select the optimal patch. The experimental results show that the proposed method gives visually pleasing results over both interpolation and conventional image completion method.