How selecting a color influences my image generation?
How does choosing a colour affect the generated images?
Image generation with Compositions works very well without the colour of the prompt.
Start by selecting a scene, which matches your product category. We'll take Stones composition here:
Images generated with the colour and prompt pre-defined to the composition chosen (smooth monochromatic pedestal, rocks and pebbles, matte metallic, bokeh shot, professional photography, editorial photo):
From here, you can change the scenes, adjust the size and position of the product, or create a custom prompt to significantly influence the composition.
Here, sample images generated with the prompt: white marble countertop, soft reflection, silky materials, luxury set up, smooth edges (no color) :
If the prompt is edited to affect the materials, textures and nature of the geometries appearing in the template, they will take the colour that makes sense from the prompt.
However, if you want the colours in the scene to stay true to a dominant colour, because it is in style or because it helps with some of the transformations in the prompt, then choose such a colour.
For example, if you want a pedestal to be made of ice, it might help to choose a white/blueish colour, but it's not mandatory. It can be achieved with just the prompt and no colour choice. Here are examples of images generated with previous prompt slightly changed to: ice pedestal, soft reflection, silky materials, luxury set up, smooth edges :
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Now, if we were to define a colour to match the icy setting, it would make most of the image look blueish:
This can be desirable at times, but sometimes a more organic look with natural colours may be the preference.
Updated on: 18/10/2023