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Changing materials/color, without changing product. using Ai

New Here ,
Jul 06, 2023 Jul 06, 2023

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Hi! I'd love some help finiding the fastest solution for my challenge. I have photos of wooden and fabic furniture products (ie.beds, chairs, coffee tables etc.) and I was hoping new Ai technology could help quickly change the wood types/textures and stains/colors of the products, without changing the details of the product (keeping the build of the product completley identical). but I have not had any success with this. Midjourney does not have this cabability either. I am open to other solutions as well, maybe other programs within Adobe. ....I also started to try and create room scenes, would be great to make a room scene using only our products. and being able to use a 2d photograh to create a 3d model of the furniture to give a 360 view, or stage in different perspectives. at the same time of everything looking as realistic as possible. thank you for your help!

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Apr 05, 2024 Apr 05, 2024

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hi i need to change white fabric of chair to green fabric as attached picture 

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Apr 05, 2024 Apr 05, 2024

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hii any help

 

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Apr 05, 2024 Apr 05, 2024

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We have a problem in that the image of the chair is too small to work with reliably.  I have doubled the size, but that has resulted in a lack of sharpness.  If your original is larger in pixels, and sharp, you might be able select the fabric area with one of the Ai tool, but I had to use the Pen tool to make a clipping path.

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I have Ctrl clicked the path to load it as a selection, and added a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer.  This automatically masks out everything outside our selected area.

I made a number of color sample points on the fabric with it set to 5x5 pixel average.

I copied the resulting values in the Info panel, and pasted to the chair document so I could try and make the chair the same.

I have placed a number of color sample points on the chair fabric, and moved the Info panel so I could see the results of my color edits

I now click on Colorize in the Hue/Sat properties panel.

I can see that the red and blue channels were very close in value on the fabric, so I adjusted the Hue slider to get that on the chair fabric.

The rest I diid subjectively, which was to lower the Lighteness and Saturation.

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That gets the colour close. Did you also need to apply the green fabric texture to the chair fabric?  We'll need a much better screen shot of the chair to help with that.

 

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