Adobe introduces Generative Fill in Photoshop, integrating the powerful AI capabilities of Adobe Firefly into design workflows. This groundbreaking feature, powered by Firefly, serves as a creative co-pilot, revolutionizing the way users work by effortlessly adding, extending, or removing content from images without causing any damage, all within a matter of seconds, thanks to uncomplicated text prompts. This initial version of Photoshop’s beta release marks Adobe’s pioneering endeavor to deeply incorporate Firefly, with future plans to revolutionize workflows across various Adobe platforms, including Creative Cloud, Document Cloud, Experience Cloud, and Adobe Express.
For over a decade, Adobe has been at the forefront of AI innovation, integrating hundreds of intelligent features through Adobe Sensei into their widely used applications. These features, such as Neural Filters in Photoshop, Content Aware Fill in After Effects, Customer AI in Adobe Experience Platform, and Liquid Mode in Acrobat, empower millions of Adobe users to create, edit, measure, optimize, and review an immense volume of content.
Now, with Firefly, Adobe’s collection of creative generative AI models, workflows involving content creation and modification are enhanced with enhanced precision, power, speed, and ease. Firefly was launched six weeks ago as a family of creative generative AI models, initially focusing on generating images and text effects. Its beta release has been exceptionally successful, garnering over 100 million assets generated by beta users.
Since its launch, Firefly has expanded its capabilities to include vector recoloring and generative fill. Firefly stands out as the sole AI service capable of generating commercially viable and professional-quality content, purposefully designed to seamlessly integrate into creators’ workflows.
Photoshop’s Generative Fill feature is available in the desktop beta app today and will be generally available in the second half of 2023. Generative Fill is also available today as a module within the Firefly beta app.