“Magic of Generative Fill” How to use Photoshop with AI tool

Adobe Photoshop beta integrated with Adobe’s AI tool, Firefly, has been unveiled. The official version will be released in the second half of this year. The magic word for using this feature is ‘Generative Fill’. Through this menu, you can create digital objects of backgrounds or lyrics using Firefly AI.
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For decades, Adobe Photoshop has been synonymous with making images out of imagination that don’t exist in reality. Earlier this year, Adobe announced ambitious plans to add Firefly, a cool AI art generator, to the kingdom it’s been building. It was a separate development project at the time, but it is being organized by grafting it into Photoshop. According to Adobe, Firefly was the most successful beta launch in Adobe history. Hundreds of millions of digital images have been created using this tool.

Adobe plans to expand Firefly and its ‘generative fill’ feature to all of Adobe’s Creative Cloud products in the future under the name of ‘creative copilot’. The name appears to have been inspired by Microsoft’s AI assistant, Windows Copilot. If you want to try this feature adobe websiteYou can download Photoshop Beta here. Anyone with an Adobe subscription can try it right away.

Meanwhile, the similarities between Microsoft and Adobe lie beyond their names. It is a digital watermark that makes it clear that it was created by AI. Adobe calls these Content Credentials, which is the same way Microsoft uses AI digital watermarks.

Check out the video below to see how Photoshop’s new generative fill feature works.

This generative fill feature is basically very similar to other AI art generators. For example, after selecting an object in an image, it can be pasted onto an AI-created background. Outpainting is also supported. For example, if you select additional space on the top, bottom, left, and right of an original image with a sea background, the ‘generative fill’ function extends the image beyond the original boundary. The expanded area is automatically created and added by AI. It is also possible to put the desired object in a certain space in the photo. It uses the magic lasso tool to select the wall area of ​​the image and automatically inserts the sign.

All of these functions use text prompts. In the case of FireFlyer, various styles are displayed based on the input text and the user selects the preferred image, but Photoshop also basically works in the same form. In the case of the Firefly beta service, Adobe stock images were used for training and excellent results were produced. Photoshop seems to be more advanced here.
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