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Using my own image as a 'structural reference' the Firefly-produced images cut off, every time

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May 29, 2024 May 29, 2024

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Using my own image as a 'structural reference' the Firefly-produced images cut off, every time.

For example, I drew an illustration of a piece of equipment - Firefly just zooms in on the middle and does a great job, but cuts off ends - no matter what I do....

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Community Expert , May 29, 2024 May 29, 2024

Hi @Hugh Betcha,

 

The aspect ratio of the structure reference and the generated image have to be exactly the same. To my eye, they do not look exactly the same. Please edit the structure image to match what you are using in the generation.

 

My best,

    droopy

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Hey Hugh!

Can you post your structure reference and what it is producing?  Also what effects, camera viewpoints, etc..,

Thanks!

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Firefly result (cut off sides)Firefly result (cut off sides)Original DrawingOriginal Drawing

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FYI - I used the 'widescreen' setting after the standard - still cut off....

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Did you also use the keyword "wide angle" in the prompt? Can you perhaps post the prompt?

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Hi @Hugh Betcha,

 

The aspect ratio of the structure reference and the generated image have to be exactly the same. To my eye, they do not look exactly the same. Please edit the structure image to match what you are using in the generation.

 

My best,

    droopy

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@droopydog500 @droopy, thanks - if I make my original image 16x9, it works! I guess the 'structure' needs to be the exact same size as the specified aspect ratio.

 

Thanks!

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