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Re: Photoshop out does itself
« Reply #40 on: September 21, 2023, 07:06:01 pm »

The notification of the upcoming GF "subscription within a subscription" kind of took the fun out of using PS to do AI (for me), so I went back to Diffusion Bee and installed a few additional model sets, then banged this scenic out in minutes on an M2 Mini (16/500). All locally generated, no Adobe cloud, parental controls or subscription.

Of course PS makes it so easy to expand the canvas now so I had to do that as well... Then I added artsy as a frosting on the cake ;-)
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Re: Photoshop out does itself
« Reply #41 on: September 21, 2023, 08:09:06 pm »

Number of AI creations:

If you have the full Creative Cloud subscription, which gets you access to all of Adobe's software for $55 per month, you can produce up to 1,000 creations a month. If you have a single-app subscription, for example to use Photoshop or Premiere Pro at $21 per month, it's 500 creations a month. Subscriptions to Adobe Express, an all-purpose mobile app costing $10 per month, come with 250 uses of Firefly.
https://www.cnet.com/tech/computing/photoshops-firefly-generative-ai-arrives-with-a-creative-cloud-price-hike/
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Re: Photoshop out does itself
« Reply #42 on: September 21, 2023, 08:15:44 pm »

Thanks Andrew, that's doable ;-)

I have Colin Smith's video queued up but haven't watched it yet...
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Re: Photoshop out does itself
« Reply #43 on: November 22, 2023, 08:30:22 pm »

If the Generative Fill is being used to remove an object in a high resolution file as opposed to adding a brand new object, would it not use/sample pixels from the high res file just like using the Spot Healing Brush?
There seems to be a qualitative difference in how GF works. I've tried removing an object using Content Aware Fill, and then with Generative Fill. The latter tends to do a much better job.

It also seems, judging from my experiments, that when removing an unwanted object, you get better results if you make a fairly tight selection. I got very nice results by precisely selecting the object and then Select > Modify > Expand by just 5 or 6 pixels. Then run Generative Fill. Here's an example of how that worked:

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