So as you can see, it's a PG-13 relatively inoffensive image of a woman in a bunny outfit. The top worked fine, and I was able to complete the top ear, which is cool. When I tried to extend the bottom with generative fill, though, I got this warning. They're just a pair of legs wearing stockings, and I wanted to extend it.
It feels like a false flag - though I could be wrong? I find myself thinking it would do the same for women in swimsuits.
Caity.psd • Adobe Employee, Aug 29, 2023Aug 29, 2023
Hi everyone, quick update :sparkles:
With Photoshop (beta) app version 25.1, we have added the ability to request a review for false violations. You may choose to include the image in your review by checking the box "Include image and layer data with your feedback" and attach a note with your review request.
This will help us improve the experience for everyone. Thank you all!
Hi @Gregusaurus and everyone! Generative AI features are now available publicly in Photoshop v25 (please update!).
We are continually working to improve the Firefly model that powers generative AI features in Photoshop. Because we are constantly learning, improving, and optimizing our model you may inadvertently receive a “false violation” message when using generative AI in Photoshop. If after you review the guidelines you believe you received a false violation, continue to share feedback via
You may continue to receive a “false violation” message when using generative AI in Photoshop. If after you review the guidelines you believe you received a false violation, click on “REQUEST REVIEW” so you can share more information on the violation. This feedback will help us to improve our model and help reduce the number of “false violations” that occur.