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How to modify an AI generated object?

Explorer ,
Apr 08, 2024 Apr 08, 2024

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When I've generated an object with Adobe Express' or Firefly's "Text to Picture" AI, and when I'm very satisfied with the result - how can I modify that object preserving the same style or "look"? Or, how can I generate another picture of same or similar style, containing the previously generated object? To give an example: When I've made Adobe Express or Firefly generating a fantastic animal, I would like to generate very similar pictures, with more animals of the same type for example or with that animal in another pose or with another background.

 

I would appreciate any hint.

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Explorer , Apr 16, 2024 Apr 16, 2024

Within the Firefly community, droopydog500 informed that the feature "to identify an object like a character and have that object appear in multiple generations in different ways (like poses, etc.)" does not exist yet. So I marked his answer as correct, and now I'm waiting for Firefly's or Adobe Express' feature of creating videos...

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Apr 11, 2024 Apr 11, 2024

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Unfortunately express doesn't have this capability yet. If you have access to Adobe Illustrator you could try using the reference image feature in their Text to Vector GenAI tool, but you will likely lose the photographic realism of firefly in the copies. 

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Apr 13, 2024 Apr 13, 2024

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Thanks a lot, JessCampbell,

I still tried using the reference image feature within Firefly, but the newly generated images were not similar enough. (See the related thread in the Firefly community.)

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Apr 11, 2024 Apr 11, 2024

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Hello, you need to know Adobe Express is using the V1 of Firefly and for now you can do this kind of workflow using Firefly by add your image to favorite and after you can chosse the image and do generate similar generation. See the few screenshot, it's in french but you should find your way but let me know if you're lost we will help you 😉

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Apr 13, 2024 Apr 13, 2024

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Thanks a lot, Alexandre Becquet,

I tried to use Firefly (version 2) as well, using the reference image feature. But the result was not similar enough. (See the related thread in the Firefly community.)

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Within the Firefly community, droopydog500 informed that the feature "to identify an object like a character and have that object appear in multiple generations in different ways (like poses, etc.)" does not exist yet. So I marked his answer as correct, and now I'm waiting for Firefly's or Adobe Express' feature of creating videos...

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