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Issue with AI generative fill

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Dec 19, 2023 Dec 19, 2023

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Hi everyone, here's my problem, just starting to play with new AI features in Photoshop and it's very promising but I encounter an issue when trying to generate a background to my image with a simple prompt in the generative fill as "mountains", it's ok at first sight but it emulate also a part of the existing image, so I have portion of architecture with the generated background which is incorrect, any idea to solve this problem ? 

Thanks in advance ! regards.

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Dec 19, 2023 Dec 19, 2023

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@Armac69 try being more descriptive with your prompt. Giving the prompt exceptions can get you most of the way, but also using mask associated with the generated image can help.

"distant mountains no buildings"

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Thanks a lot kevin stohlmeyer for this tip, i'll try this ! 

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