Creating patterns with Photoshop AI
I knew that the generative fill from Adobe was great. But sometimes it all works great in demos, but not in real life. And to be honest that was a bit my experience so far. It was a bit hit-and-miss. But Adobe constantly improves and that’s visible. In today’s blogIn today’s blog, we take a look at what Photoshop AI did in this amazing zebra set with stylist and model Nadine
Generate fill in Photoshop
I don’t use generative fill a lot to add things to a scene. Mostly to extend backdrops, add some hair or skin, etc. You could say I use it to speed up my workflow but not really change my images. Well ok, during the cosplay workshop, we go all out but that’s also clearly visible 😀
Creating zebra patterns with Photoshop AI
Today some images we took with our model/stylist Nadine.
For months, I had this idea with zebra prints. And we started buying material until we thought we could pull it off.
Nadine owns a great vintage store so the clothing was not a real problem in this. The main issue was that we did not really have enough material to cover the whole wall and for the floor, we only had a relatively middle-sized rug.
As you can see in the images…. Photoshop did very well. I was mostly impressed by the perspective on the floor.
In some images I actually hid some zebras in some of the final results… can you spot them? 😀