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Using the same generative fill replacement across multiple images

Community Beginner ,
Jun 21, 2023 Jun 21, 2023

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I wamted to use the same generative fill background that was created on a few different images in a series.  However, you can't just drag and drop, then mask on the additional images as the layer will also have parts of the previous photo in it, instead of just the images pulled by Generative Fill AI.  Also when using the same prompts on the next image, the results are different.  is there a way to get consistent results in a series of photos?

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Community Expert , Jun 21, 2023 Jun 21, 2023

Colin Smith has covered this in one of his Photoshop Cafe videos.

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Community Beginner ,
Oct 19, 2023 Oct 19, 2023

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Absolutely agree!!

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Community Expert ,
Oct 19, 2023 Oct 19, 2023

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100% agree.

if the AI creates something desirable, why not have the ability to apply that process repeatedly?


By @austinpm1

I wonder if some people assume Firefly »imagines« a 3D scenery with distinct, separate objects – which, as far as I understand, is neither what happens nor what anybody from Adobe claimed. 

 

Would Chat GPT create the same text for the same prompt multiple times? 

Supposedly not. (Though I expect this would not apply to very specific, »narrow« prompts and very short texts.) 

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New Here ,
Apr 13, 2024 Apr 13, 2024

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I agree, this would be a great update. I had a series and had to explain to the client that Ai generates as it pleases and I cant use the same consistent generation on the series, it's a crap shoot right now.

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Community Beginner ,
May 02, 2024 May 02, 2024

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Also agree.

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New Here ,
Dec 15, 2023 Dec 15, 2023

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I was having this dilemma, but what I did was copied the layer that the generative fill was in from my first image and copied that over to my second image. I used a paint brush to blend. 

 

P.S. this is only like my 3rd time using photoshop in my life but this method worked for me. Hopefully it helps someone else!

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Community Expert ,
Dec 17, 2023 Dec 17, 2023

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P.S. this is only like my 3rd time using photoshop in my life but this method worked for me. 


By @Crystal J.30421746i7ls

 

Thats Awsome!  Way to go Crystal.  🙂

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New Here ,
Dec 19, 2023 Dec 19, 2023

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I have this question as well.  I have 5 instructional steps shot on white of the same body model in nearly the same pose, just with different arm positions manipulating the product.  I want to change the outfit of the model in the photos, but have the outfits all be the same across the 5 photo sequence.  Again - same (human) model, basically same shot, but just slightly different arm positions, and I want the same business casual look on the model in all the photos.

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Community Expert ,
Dec 19, 2023 Dec 19, 2023

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I think that is neither how Photoshop’s Generative Fill nor how generative AI in general works so far. 

 

So you may need to generate the full-body costume in one image, duplicate it to the other images and process the arms separately, clip them and, as necessary, do some manual touch-up and color corrections to obfuscate differences in details. 

 

But as always talking about images one has never seen comes with caveats. 

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New Here ,
Feb 12, 2024 Feb 12, 2024

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Totally agree, none of the answers match the original issue.
This is what worked for me having a batch of 40 clothing models  shoot with the same (complex) background:
Instead of fixing each of the backgrounds, what I did was select the image with the best background, fixed and enhanced it with AI and removed the model, so I got a clean a model free bg. 
Then I Selected Subject from each other images and drag/droped the models over the background I created. 

Not the most automated solution, but did the job.

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Explorer ,
Feb 28, 2024 Feb 28, 2024

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You can make the source image a smart object and add and resize images in psb. Then run any action on new images. You have no control over gf images

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New Here ,
Apr 25, 2024 Apr 25, 2024

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So @Seamarq  the way I do it is... before I drop an image I make a background using Generative Fill ... without the object I want to use. After I find the background I want to use I then import my images. That's my way around it. I also save the image so I could use it again if I need to. I hope this helps. 

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