GOCharlie’s New Feature: Image Inpainting

GOCharlie Image Inpainting

GoCharlie’s powerful feature or Charlie’s new trick lets you upload a photo, remove an object from it, and then replace the deleted object with something else. This is incredibly powerful for brands as well as businesses to reuse creative or to make tweaks to stock images.

How To Use Image Inpainting

  1. Upload the image you want to change
  2. Identify the object you want to change/remove
  3. Provide a description of what you want to add
  4. Give negative keywords
  5. Enjoy the new image

Step 1 Upload the image you want to change

GOCharlie Image Inpainting Step OneOn the left hand side click Image Inpainting then click Add an Image

GOCharlie Image Inpainting Step OneAIn this case I have uploaded a photo of a handsome man who is wearing glasses.

Step 2 Identify the object you want to change/remove


GOCharlie Image Inpainting Step TwoFor “What’s the thing you want to replace?”. I entered glasses.

Step 3 Provide a description of what you want to add

And in the “What do you want as replacement?” section I typed in aviator sunglasses.

Step 4 Give negative keywords

GOCharlie Image Inpainting Step TwoBI did not enter any negative keywords in. I then clicked Fetch and let Charlie get to work.

Step 5 Enjoy the new image

Brisbane's most handsome man Chris Wearing Avatior SunglassesThis is the new image. I did crop the top to make the image smaller.

Check out this new Image Inpainting feature by GOCharlie here


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Teacher, programmer, AI advocate, fan of One Piece and pretends to know how to cook. Michael graduated Computer Science and in the years 2019 and 2020 he was involved in several projects coordinated by the municipal education department, where the focus was to introduce students from the public network to the world of programming and robotics. Today he is a writer at Wicked Sciences, but says that his heart will always belong to Python.