If you want to turn your photo into the perfect picture you can’t live without Photoshop. Still, the program can be quite tricky. Now comes a new tool that is going to make things much easier for you. It will be a kind of ChatGPT.
Although ChatGPT is actually still in the development stage, it is already making our lives much easier. If you want an overview of information, such as the most beautiful places in Barcelona, the program puts it together for you. With Dall E, parent company OpenAI also has its own photo service that works with AI. Adobe cannot be left behind with Photoshop and is now also adding new AI.
Adobe mimics ChatGPT but better
Adobe is adding Generative Fill to Photoshop. The company calls it the first co-pilot in creative environments. It will make it even easier to add or remove content on images. You do this very simply by entering text exactly what you want.
The new feature in Photoshop uses Firefly, the feature first released in beta six weeks ago. That has a feature on generating images and text effects. It uses images with an open license though companies can extend that with their own material.
Actually, that makes it suspiciously similar to Dall E from ChatGPT maker OpenAI. There, too, you describe what you want to see in a picture and then AI creates it for you. While it works, the results aren’t always great. It will be interesting to see if Adobe is further along with this. Like Dall E, this feature for Photoshop is still in beta.
Generative Fill in Photoshop
With Firefly now being used directly in Generative Fill, it should become even easier and faster to use. Thus, according to Adobe, imagination comes alive through Photoshop, just as ChatGPT does with Dall E.
Generative Fill automatically adjusts the perspective, lighting and style of images without any user intervention. Tedious tasks are reduced, allowing the user to focus on the creative process.
The feature is now available in the beta version of Photoshop. The feature is planned to come to the regular version in the second half of 2023.
AI is not new to Photoshop. If you pay close attention, you’ll see that the program already uses it with certain features. Consider, for example, Neural Filters or Content Aware Fill in After Effects.