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How to generate ai photos

Learn how to create stunning, photorealistic AI-generated images with a few clicks.

Getting started with your first AI generated photos

First things first - make sure you have an account on Studio Deepfake. After you've signed up, you'll be presented with the following screen:
Select a model
  1. Your models: Here you'll see an overview of the models you've created yourself, or you can choose to create a new model. Creating your own models requires an active subscription.
  2. Our free models: Here you'll see an overview of all our free models. Choose any model you like to try out Studio Deepfake

Say cheese!

After you've selected a model, you'll be presented with the 'studio' of this model. Creating a new image is as easy as describing the image (1) and pressing the big blue button 'take photo' (2):

Prompt box
  1. Describe the image you want to see
  2. Start generating the image by pressing 'take photo'

After pressing 'take photo' the AI generated image will start processing. When the studio is warm, the first results will be coming in in about 20 seconds. Our unique process will automatically improve the image progressively as shown in the following image, providing you feedback with every step
Our multi-step process will provide you with feedback along the way

What is the difference between a warm and a cold studio?

Generating AI images is a very costly process. In order for us to be able to provide you with the best price on the market, we shut down photo studios that are inactive for more than 15 minutes.
A shutdown (or 'cold') studio, will be booted up as soon as you take your first photo. The boot time is around 2-3 minutes typically.
Afterwards, we keep your studio 'warm' for 15 minutes after your last photo was taken.
Our professional plan will keep your studio warm indefinitely, so take a look at our pricing if you'd like to skip the wait.

Where to go from here?

Using StudioDeepfake you can create your own personalised deepfake model. If you want to learn more about how this works, take a look here: How to create your own personal deepfake model


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