AI-generated images are images created using artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms. These algorithms are designed to simulate human creativity and can generate images similar to those produced by human artists but with unique and often surreal or abstract elements.
Yes, there is a limit to the number of images that you are able to generate daily. The limit ensures that all users would have fair access and a good user experience when accessing the AI image generation service. Users have to be logged in with a 123RF account to start generating images. Complimentary AI image generation quotas are allocated to 123RF Subscribers with an active subscription plan or have bought credits in the past 30 days.
When you generate an image, you create a set of AI images to view. When you license them with your subscription or credits, you are officially granted access to download a high-res version of the AI image with that comes with its own usage license.
If it contains a recognizable person or object, or it primarily focuses on a distinctive landmark, the customer has to get clearance or secure permission directly from the party depicted in the image especially when using the image in a commercial setting.
The people that appear in AI-generated images are not real people but rather digital creations.
The content that you generate may be made available to other users as well. You may refer to our license for more information.
The page will take a few seconds to generate the image. The time taken depends on the complexity of the prompt, the hardware and computing resources available, as well as the amount of request that the AI has to handle simultaneously.
You will be able to license the AI images that you have created with your subscription download slots, credits or Plus subscription. With every download you will receive the high-resolution version of the generated image available and a $25,000 legal guarantee. This legal guarantee does not apply to downloads made with 123RF PLUS plans.
Yes, you can do so by bookmarking and revisting the URL of your past generations. You may also share the results of the generations with your friends.
Start with a clear objective: "High-quality image of a mountain landscape for a travel blog."
Specify the desired style and mood: "The image should be bright and vibrant with a natural, organic feel."
Describe the subject matter: Be specific about the subject matter of the image, including details such as the setting, lighting, and any other important features or elements. For example, "Feature a snow-capped mountain peak with a winding river in the foreground and a clear blue sky in the background."
Provide examples: Include examples of other images that have a similar style or mood to the one you are looking for. This can help guide the AI algorithm and ensure that the output meets your expectations.
Use relevant keywords: "mountain landscape," "snow-capped peak," or "bright and vibrant."
Avoid ambiguity: Be as clear and specific as possible when providing instructions, and avoid using vague or ambiguous language that could lead to unexpected results.