How to use Generative Fill in Photoshop

How to use Generative Fill in Photoshop

Photoshop has a feature called “Content-Aware Fill” that allows you to fill or remove elements from an image intelligently.

Using Content-Aware Fill:

  1. Open Your Image:
    • Open the image in Photoshop that you want to work on.
  2. Select the Area to Fill:
    • Use a selection tool (such as the Lasso Tool, Marquee Tool, or Magic Wand) to select the area you want to fill.
  3. Go to Edit > Content-Aware Fill:
    • With the selected area, go to Edit > Content-Aware Fill.
  4. Adjust Settings in the Content-Aware Fill Workspace:
    • The Content-Aware Fill workspace will open, allowing you to make adjustments:
      • Sampling Area: Photoshop automatically samples from the surrounding areas to fill the selected region. Adjust the sampling area if needed.
      • Output Settings: Choose “New Layer” to create a new layer with the filled content or choose “Duplicate Layer” to replace the existing content.
      • Color Adaptation: Adjusts the color blending of the filled area.
      • Rotation Adaptation: Adjusts the rotation of the filled content.
      • Scale Adaptation: Adjusts the scale of the filled content.
  5. Preview and Apply:
    • Click the “Generate Fill” button to preview the result. If you’re satisfied, click “OK” to apply the fill.
  6. Review the Result:
    • After applying the Content-Aware Fill, review the result and make additional adjustments if necessary.
  7. Finish and Save:
    • Once you’re satisfied with the filled area, finish the process and save your image.

Remember that the features and interfaces in Photoshop may change with newer versions, so it’s always a good idea to refer to the latest official documentation for the most accurate and up-to-date information. If “Generative Fill” is a new feature introduced after my last update, I recommend checking the latest release notes or documentation from Adobe.

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