photomaker-style

Maintainer: tencentarc

Total Score

460

Last updated 6/13/2024
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Model overview

photomaker-style is an AI model created by Tencent ARC Lab that can customize realistic human photos in various artistic styles. It builds upon the base Stable Diffusion XL model and adds a stacked ID embedding module for high-fidelity face personalization. Compared to similar models like GFPGAN for face restoration or the original PhotoMaker for realistic photo generation, photomaker-style specializes in applying artistic styles to personalized human faces. It can quickly generate photos, paintings, and avatars in diverse styles within seconds.

Model inputs and outputs

photomaker-style takes in one or more face photos of the person to be customized, along with a text prompt describing the desired style and appearance. The model then outputs a set of customized images in the requested style, preserving the identity of the input face.

Inputs

  • Input Image(s): One or more face photos of the person to be customized
  • Prompt: Text prompt describing the desired style and appearance, e.g. "a photo of a woman img in the style of Vincent Van Gogh"
  • Negative Prompt: Text prompt describing undesired elements to avoid in the output
  • Seed: Optional integer seed value for reproducible generation
  • Guidance Scale: Strength of the text-to-image guidance
  • Style Strength Ratio: Strength of the artistic style application

Outputs

  • Customized Images: Set of images generated in the requested style, preserving the identity of the input face

Capabilities

photomaker-style can rapidly generate personalized images in diverse artistic styles, from photorealistic portraits to impressionistic paintings and stylized avatars. By leveraging the Stable Diffusion XL backbone and its stacked ID embedding module, the model ensures impressive identity fidelity while offering versatile text controllability and high-quality generation.

What can I use it for?

photomaker-style can be a powerful tool for quickly creating custom profile pictures, avatars, or artistic renditions of oneself or others. It could be used by individual users, content creators, or even businesses to generate personalized images for a variety of applications, such as social media, virtual events, or even product packaging and marketing. The ability to seamlessly blend identity and artistic style opens up new possibilities for self-expression, creative projects, and unique visual content.

Things to try

Experiment with different input face photos and prompts to see how photomaker-style can transform them into diverse artistic interpretations. Try out various styles like impressionism, expressionism, or surrealism. You can also combine photomaker-style with other LoRA modules or base models to explore even more creative possibilities. Additionally, consider using photomaker-style as an adapter to collaborate with other models in your projects, leveraging its powerful face personalization capabilities.



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