Published on October 1, 2023

Change objects with Generative Fill

In this blog I will show you how to change or replace objects in your photo using Generative Fill in Adobe Photoshop.

Rather watch the video with instructions? Then click here or scroll down to the end of this page.

You can download the photo I used here.

Select and replace object

Before we start, it’s important that the contextual task bar is activated. You can activate it under ‘window‘ in the top menu bar.

Then select one of the selection tools to select the object you want to replace. I’m using the rectangular marquee tool, but you can also use another tool.

Select the object you want to replace and then select ‘generative fill‘.

Select object

Type in what you want to generate. I want to change this flower into white roses. Then select ‘generate‘.

Generative fill

Photoshop will now give you 3 different variations. If you don’t like any of these variations, you can select ‘generate‘ again to get more variations. You can continue doing this until you find something that looks good!

You can also make the prompt more specific, give Photoshop as much information as possible! If you want to create something completely different, you can also change the prompt (to ‘yellow tulips’, for example).

Change prompt

And that’s how you replace something using Generative Fill in Adobe Photoshop!

Replace something

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