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Using Firefly as a styling filter for existing photos

Community Beginner ,
Jan 31, 2024 Jan 31, 2024

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The is one feature that would make Firefly WILDLY popular. It is a reverse of a feature already here: Where presently a user have prompts Firefly to create an image but can use an uploaded image to "steer" the styling, I would very much like to see another place to upload ANOTHER image with the intent of using either onboard styles to modify THAT image (i.e. An uploaded portrait photo is now rendered "oil", "acrylic", "stained-glass", "sketch" etc style BUT the composition stays the same, OR can even be restyled in the flavor of another style photo uploaded). This would be a process similar to what was DeepArt.io.

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Jan 31, 2024 Jan 31, 2024

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This is not a perfect solution with the level of control that you want, but you can do this in a basic way with Gen Fill. I describe how to do it in a message in this posting:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-firefly-discussions/how-to-make-image-into-a-watercolor-in-fire...

 

My message is the third reply in that post.

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