HOW TO USE PHOTOSHOP’S GENERATIVE AI. FIREFLY IN PHOTOSHOP BY ADOBE

At the time of writing, only the beta version of Photoshop supports generative fill. This is how you obtain it:

SETUP OF PHOTOSHOP BETA
Visit Creative Cloud. Make sure your Creative Cloud account is active and sign in.

Select Check for Updates under Updates. Make sure to acquire the most recent version of this to ping the server.

After that, select beta apps. You’ll see an install similar to this, although I’ve already completed mine. Press install. When you click update here after previously installing the beta, Photoshop version 24.6.0 should be displayed. Ensure your subscription is up to date. This won’t function with CS6. I apologise.

We’re going to start with something reasonable before diving off the deep end.

PHOTO EXTENSION AND UNCROPPING
How many times have you taken a picture and then thought, “Hey, I wish I’d gone a little bit wider,” afterward?

Grab the crop tool. Let’s drag it out, make it a little bit bigger.

Make a selection with the rectangular marquee tool.

Press Generative Fill.

Hit Generate.

Adobe sensei uses AI to build the rest of this image, as if I had shot it wider. Pretty amazing stuff.

CHANGING OBJECT AND GENERATING CLOTHING

Another quick example.

With the Lasso tool, make a quick selection.

Hit Generative Fill, and this time, type into the field.  Red T shirt and bingo.

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