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Prompts for generating clothes on a body
Prompts for generating clothes on a body
Written by Craig Wright
Updated over a week ago

You can use the Instant Backgrounds feature to get the A.I. to add clothes to a person in an image. For example, if you have an image of a man in a suit, you could use A.I. to generate an image of the same man in a different suit.

Two iPhone displays side-by-side. On the left one is PhotoRoom showing an imported image of a man in a grey suit in a field. On the right iPhone, the same man is in a pink suit and the image is a close up of his top half with a city background.

To generate clothes with a prompt, you need to:

  1. Use the Cutout feature to remove the parts of the image you don't want to keep, such as the clothes the model is wearing.

    For more information on using the Cutout feature, see Cutout options.

  2. Use the Instant Backgrounds feature and in your prompt, describe the clothing you want to add as well as the background. For example, "A man wearing a pink suit on a white background. He is walking in a city."

    To learn about using Instant Backgrounds and prompts in the different versions of PhotoRoom, see Create your own Instant Backgrounds with custom prompts.

The video shows an example on the iPhone version of PhotoRoom.

In this example, we followed these steps:

  1. On the Create page, select Start from Photo.

  2. Select the photo that you want to edit.

  3. Select the Cutout option.

  4. Use the Cutout feature to Erase the parts of the photo you want to replace, such as the model's clothing.

  5. Select Done.

  6. Select Instant Backgrounds.

  7. Select the Pencil icon in the top-right corner.

  8. Select Manual.

  9. Enter your prompt. In the prompt, describe the new clothing for the model as well as the background. For example, "A man in a pink suit. He is walking in a city street".

  10. Select Done.

  11. Select the image you want to use or select Generate 4 more to create more.

  12. Use the options to edit the image further if needed, for example, you can add text to the image.

  13. Select Export and choose to save or share your image.

On Android and the Web App (desktop), these steps will vary but the same principles apply. You will still need to use the Cutout to remove parts of the picture and then use the Instant Backgrounds prompt to describe the clothing and background.

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