【Beginner's Guide to Stable Diffusion】Common ways to fix defects in images
When you see stunning AI images shared on social media, there’s a good chance they have undergone a series of post-processing steps. We will go over some of them in this section.
It’s well-known in the AI artist community that Stable Diffusion is not good at generating faces. Very often, the faces generated have artifacts.
We often use image AI models that are trained for restoring faces, for example, CodeFormer, which AUTOMATIC1111 GUI has built-in support. See how to turn it on.
Do you know there’s an update to v1.4 and v1.5 models to fix eyes? Check out how to install a VAE.
Fixing small artifacts with inpainting
It is difficult to get the image you want on the first try. A better approach is to generate an image with good composition. Then repair the defects with inpainting.
Below is an example of an image before and after inpainting. Using the original prompt for inpainting works 90% of the time.
There are other techniques to fix things. Read more about fixing common issues.
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