I made a fantasy image in Firefly (beta version) via text to image and downloaded it. I imported the image in Photoshop (not beta version) and extended the crop angles via generative expand and generated an extension of the existing image.
My question is, am I allowed to make commercial art out of the one generated in photoshop since the original art was made in Firefly beta?
Is it possible to retain the copyright of the art I made in Photoshop? I write the prompt, make the changes I want in the content prompt section. So technically the prompt is mind, the chnages I made in the content prompt section is mine, so the work I made using AI should also belong to me as well.
Please let me know my queries
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@Gwen5ED0 Anything created in Firefly (Beta) can not be used commercially. You would need to recreate it in Firefly today.
Adobe does not claim any ownership or copyright interest in the content you generate with Firefly. Whether the content you create using Firefly can be copyrighted will is a regulatory matter determined by local laws.
Hi, Can we use what is created (an image, icon, etc., from the Beta versions) for a non-profit higher education course? For example, I created icons representing two schools using Generate (Beta) in Adobe Illustrator 2024 to create an infographic for an online course. Am I violating any copyright by using those generated icons?