Use the Photoshop AI drawing function to extend famous paintings and album covers, and netizens play new tricks
Last weekend, the beta version of Adobe Photoshop launched an AI image synthesis tool called "Generative Fill". This feature has been sought after by netizens. Many netizens use it to expand the cover of classic music albums and generate many creative images. work.
The "Generative Fill" feature uses the "Adobe Firefly" image synthesis model, which learns from Adobe's millions of stock images to generate reasonable extensions from a given image. Users can also guide AI to generate specific scenarios by entering text prompts, so as to get more amazing results.
For example, some netizens used this tool to expand the cover of Michael Jackson's famous "Thriller" album. The result is that Jackson is lying on a piano, which seems reasonable, after all, Jackson is a musician. But if the user provides different text prompts, the generated results may become absurd: for example, a netizen expanded Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" album cover (perhaps by entering a prompt word such as "cat") , which turned out to be Perry lying on top of a giant pink stuffed cat.
To try the tool, users need to subscribe to Creative Cloud and download a beta version of Adobe Photoshop, then open an image and expand the canvas size, select the entire original image, and then inverse select the blank part of the canvas. Enter some descriptive text if desired, then click "Generative Fill". Photoshop then generates the image to fill the space around the original image, and provides three different results each time.
In fact, the album cover is not the only picture that has been expanded. Some netizens also expanded famous paintings such as "Mona Lisa", and some netizens expanded some popular emoji pictures, which received a lot of likes.