Tips and Tricks

  • Upload 10-20 photos of your subject that have been shot or cropped to a 1:1 aspect ratio. For improving the overall appearance and quality of the final product. If you are unsure how to adjust the aspect ratio of your images, the webapp helps you cropping and having the right ratio in the upload screen.
  • To provide a comprehensive and well-rounded set of images for your generations, we recommend uploading a total of 18 photos. This should include 3 photos of the full body or entire object, 5 medium shot photos from the chest up, and 10 close-up photos that focus on specific details or features of the subject. This variety of images will give us a complete picture of the subject and allow us to provide the most accurate and effective generation. Please make sure to include as much detail as possible in the images, and avoid including any distractions or extraneous elements in the background.
  • To provide the most comprehensive and accurate representation of your subject, it is important to include a variety of images that show different poses, expressions, and emotions. We recommend taking multiple pictures of your subject from different angles and in different lighting conditions. This will help to capture the subject's full range of emotions and expressions, and provide a more complete picture of their appearance and personality. Additionally, be sure to capture the subject's eyes looking in different directions, as well as at least one picture with their eyes closed. This will help to provide a more nuanced and dynamic view of the subject.
  • To avoid having any unwanted elements or details associated with your subject, it is important to vary the backgrounds and settings in each of your images. Even small changes in the background can make a big difference in the overall impression of the subject. For example, moving the subject just a few feet to one side can create a completely different background and avoid any potential distractions or unwanted associations in the generations.
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