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Has GF gotten "dumber" lately?

Community Beginner ,
Jul 19, 2023 Jul 19, 2023

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I've frequently used GF beta since its release. I am very familair with tips and tricks to get results you desire. But over the past 3+ weeks, the results have been increasingly weak, bizarre and completely opposite of the quality initially experienced.

As example, in this image I carefully made a selection of the size and area of the intended GF. The prompt used was "buffalo skull facing right." And every other interation of the sentiment I could think of.

The results were not only bizarre, but every one was on par with 1st gen Midjourney. Goofy, Clownish. All really really bad.

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In this case, all the skulls had horns angled down, like some sort of sad bunny remnants. Just bizarre. And the one that didn't? Not any buffalo skull I've ever seen. And not really facing right either.

I'm interested in other's experiences and opinions.

To me, its like the quality knob got turned down to 3.

But why?

Bandwidth issues? Or, does this feel like the slow set-up for something like, "Oh, you want the good results? Those cost $1 per result." or similar. Because there's got to be an impending monitization of this tool...

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Jul 19, 2023 Jul 19, 2023

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Hi , I've moved your post from the Photoshop forum to the Photoshop Beta forum where you are more likely to get relevant responses.

Dave

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