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Firefly Generative Fill Doesn't Recognize English Language Prompts (related to Rain)

Engaged ,
Nov 10, 2023 Nov 10, 2023

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I'm on Win 11 Pro. Using Ps 2024 (rel. 25.0 b/c I've seen issues I don't want to deal w/re: 25.1).

 

I created a stormy weather day composite in Ps (including color grading, sky replacement, etc.).

 

I wanted to add Rain to my scene (and if that worked I'd add reflective puddles to the ground...).

 

There was no way I could get Firefly to produce rain after multiple attempts.

 

The prompt terms I tried were:  "rain", "raining", "light rain", "heavy rain", "rainstorm", "rain storm", "thunderstorm", "raindrops". Firefly kept telling me that I, "could only use English language terms" to generate content. Now granted I am American, have spoken English as a primary language for [blank] years and was a literary analysis & English major as one of my undergrad majors and wrote tech mktg articles and books during part of my working career. I was puzzled to learn I wasn't using English.

 

Raindrops produced droplets of water that gave the effect of looking through a window with water drops on it. Thunderstorm only produced a couple usable lightning bolts. Zero (b/c of the "not English" thing) for any other rain related prompt.

 

Is that something Firefly can be trained on? Or, is there some other English language word to indicate raining and at different strength levels of rain that I should be aware of? Thanks! Sorry if this isn't considered a 'bug' but it wasn't obvious how to get to a more relevant forum from the Discord.

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 13, 2023 Nov 13, 2023

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@Fotomaker01RA this is interesting... can you share the exact prompt you're using? Maybe also try adding "reflective puddles." 

Here is my attempt: https://firefly.adobe.com/public/t2i?id=urn:aaid:sc:US:1a1029db-0fbf-4df9-8286-9ec3d6a8f406

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