How to Use Generative Fill in Photoshop AI
Generative Fill is an impressive new feature in Photoshop that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically add, remove, and adjust objects in your photos. In this guide, we’ll show you exactly how to use Generative Fill in Photoshop AI to accomplish tasks that were once impossible.
How to Get Access to Generative Fill in Photoshop
To get started with Generative Fill, you’ll need to create an Adobe account. If you already have one, you can skip this step.
1. Create an account: Visit the Adobe website and click on the “Sign in” option at the top right corner. Choose “Create an account” and select an option to create your account using your email, Gmail, or Apple ID. Confirm your account by clicking on the link sent to your email.
2. Install the Adobe Creative Cloud App: Download the Creative Cloud desktop app from the Adobe website and follow the instructions to install it on your computer. Launch the app and sign in using your Adobe ID and password.
3. Install Photoshop (Beta) and start using Generative Fill: In the Creative Cloud app, navigate to the “Beta apps” section and install Photoshop (Beta). After the installation is complete, open the Photoshop (Beta) application. Select an image you want to edit and look for the “Contextual” Task Bar beneath the image. If it’s not visible, click “Windows” and choose “Contextual Taskbar” from the options. Use the image selection tools or click “select image” to access the Generative Fill tool and start editing.
What Can You Do With Generative Fill in Photoshop AI?
Generative Fill can be used to perform various tasks in Photoshop AI:
1. Remove Objects: Intelligently remove unwanted objects or elements from your photos to eliminate distractions or blemishes.
2. Change Your Background: Replace the background of an image by generating a new background based on the existing image or a reference you provide.
3. Change Your Objects: Modify specific objects within an image by changing their shape, color, texture, or other attributes while maintaining visual coherence.
4. Replace Objects with Another: Replace a particular object with a different one by generating a new object that matches the context and surroundings of the original image.
5. Add Objects from Nothing: Create new objects that don’t exist in the original image, seamlessly blending them into the scene by understanding the visual context.
6. Extend Your Canvas: Expand the size of your canvas by generating additional image content to fill the extended areas. This is useful for enlarging an image without losing quality or filling in gaps after removing objects.
Requirements to Use Generative Fill in Photoshop AI
Before using Generative Fill, make sure you meet the following requirements:
1. Paid Adobe Photoshop Subscription: Generative Fill is only available to paid Adobe Photoshop users.
2. Age Requirement: You must be 18 or older to access Generative Fill.
3. English Language Support: Currently, Generative Fill only accepts prompts in English.
4. Unavailability in China: Generative Fill is not available in China at the moment.
How to Use Generative Fill in Photoshop AI
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use Generative Fill in Photoshop AI:
1. Generate an Object:
– Make a Selection: Use any selection tool in Photoshop to choose the desired object or area in your image.
– Access Generative Fill: Click on the Generative Fill button in the contextual taskbar.
– Enter your Text Prompt: A text-entry prompt box will appear. Use plain-text English to describe the object or scene you want to generate.
– Generate Variations: Click the Generate button to generate the desired object or scene.
2. Generate Backgrounds:
– Select the Background: Choose the background behind your subject.
– Use a Text Prompt: Type a prompt like “change the background” in the text prompt box.
– Hit the Generate button to generate a new scene.
3. Extend Images:
– Select Canvas Size: Use the crop tool to extend the size of your canvas.
– Apply Changes: Press Enter/Return or click the commit checkmark to apply the changes.
4. Remove Objects:
– Select the Object: Choose the object you want to remove.
– Type your Intention: In the text prompt box, type your intention like “remove white lines.”
– Click “Generate” to remove the object.
That’s it! Now you know how to use Generative Fill in Photoshop AI to enhance your photos with AI-powered editing capabilities. If you need further assistance, feel free to ask us for help.