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AI guidelines overly restrictive

Community Beginner ,
Feb 08, 2024 Feb 08, 2024

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I can't be the only user finding the AI's enforcement of community guidelines infuriatingly puritanical. Every idea I have for artistic expression seems to be taboo; it's like I have some priggish moralist constantly looking over my shoulder waggling its finger at every thought I attempt to express. With the generative fill, even the most innocent request can be rejected because something elsewhere in the image is deemed too suggestive or too violent or just not up to its priggish standards of wholesomeness. I can appreciate Adobe mighn't want its name associated with the creation of hardcore pornographic images, for example. But must everything be rated PG? And even when it is. Consider this example.

 

I'm working on the illustrations for a children's book I've written, a tale for five-year-olds about puppy dogs. One page reads: 'It started just the day before/ In Leafy Green Reserve / A park where dogs all run and play / A lark all dogs deserve." So, to use as the background, I asked Firefly to generate: 'A leafy green park with a lush lawn and big, shady trees." Took me a moment to figure out how that one could be thought in violation of the AI's pearl-clutching community guidelines. Well, Adobe, your attempts to stifle my freedom of intellectual expression says less about my aesthetic vision and more about what your programmers must be smoking. 

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Feb 08, 2024 Feb 08, 2024

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Feb 17, 2024 Feb 17, 2024

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i agree. I cant even get a question answered!

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Feb 18, 2024 Feb 18, 2024

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Is your question about Photoshop? If so, please elucidate.

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Feb 18, 2024 Feb 18, 2024

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Right there with you Janos. Changing the pistol grip on a retro-future space gun? Nope... violaitons. Changing hair to dreadlocks... violation of community guidelines... it's downright draconian. When I pick up a paintbrush, I expect to be able to paint with it. Photoshop in a tool that I used to own and now have to rent. I want to use it without some etheral big brother telling me what art is.

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Mentor ,
Feb 18, 2024 Feb 18, 2024

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If you need total/more freedom in genAI, the only answer lies in open source, for better or for worse.

 

Krita plus its genAI plugin do everything that Photoshop's genAI and Firefly do, and:

1) without any prompt limits;

2) for free;

3) with (much) better results;

4) as simple to use (if not simpler);

5) work local on your own computer without the need to be online (but there is an online option as well if your machine can't handle it)

 

If you need control, you take back control yourself. 🙂

 

Of course, relying on open source also means relying on the stolen work of thousands of fellow artists and photographers around the world. Not that Firefly hasn't done any of that... 😉

 

Nothing comes for free!

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