Restoring broken statues from the Ancient era, extending memes and movie posters, removing watermarks, and more.
Last week, Adobe announced the integration of Firefly, the company's family of generative AI models, into Photoshop, adding the mind-blowing Generative Fill feature to their renowned graphics editor. Powered by state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, the novel tool enabled Photoshop users to extend their images, add and remove objects, and tweak the visuals in any way they want by simply selecting an area on an image and writing a text prompt.
Over the week, multiple creators shared their experiments with Generative Fill, restoring broken statues from the Ancient era, extending memes and movie posters, removing watermarks, expanding images generated by other AIs, and more. Today, to learn more about the tool's capabilities and, of course, to have some fun, let's have a look at some of these experiments shared by Photoshop users on Twitter: