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How to get AI to change skin tone to alabaster white?

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May 12, 2024 May 12, 2024

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Greetings, I am new to Adobe's Firefly in Photoshop, but I have messed around with some AI image creators.  In my line of work I do 3d modeling and use photoshop for all my skins.  Based on what the player does, it can change the skin tones of the characters.  Instead of me having to do all the work, how do I simply tell the AI to "change all the flesh-colored skin to snow white skin?" Or if need be, lime green, or charcoal black, or anything else.  I assume it would be handy for photographers as well to easily be able to change the skin of a person in any way they need, but without having to use sliders or brightness contrast, hue, or anything else, just BAM, done.

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May 12, 2024 May 12, 2024

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I'd use the sample image feature.  Find an image with the right skin tones and a nutral brackground, and bring that in as the sample image.  A couple of us attended a zoom session with someone who creates artwork for the movie industry.  She uses Pixelsquid models to help create sample images for AI generation like Firefly.  My impression was that they don't need to photorealistic.  Just give the right feel and style.  If you PM me, I can send you a link to a recording.

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My layman's understanding is that AI would need to be trained on a large set of images for this specific use case.

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