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Generative fill and loss of grain

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Dec 05, 2023 Dec 05, 2023

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Hello all,

 

I do mostly photo restoration from scanned photos printed in publications. Oftentimes I have to remove text, and other visual elements, and the generative fill is one of heck of a time-saver.

 

However, even though the fill may be right on target, the new area has no grain whatsoever. Because the material I work on was scanned, and descreened, the grain is still very much present, and that's a problem because the new fill stands out as it looks so polished.

 

Is there a way to tell the generative fill to keep the grain texture, or is there a way to brush the grain from a neighboring area onto the fill?

 

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Dec 07, 2023 Dec 07, 2023

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AFAIK … Generative Fill creates an image of 1024px by 1024px at the most; and if the area/Selection is bigger than that the result will simply be upsampled. 

With the expectable results. 

 

Is the structure disregarded even for Selections below 1024px in width and height? 

Can you provide a sample image? 

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