Are you fascinated by photorealistic images? Do you want to create them yourself? Mi-Journey is an AI-powered tool that allows you to create ultra-realistic images. Lets see how you can use Mid-Journey to create photorealistic images.
How to begin? Example 1
To create photorealistic images with MidJourney, you need to sign up for an account. MidJourney is currently in beta, and you can generate up to 25 images for free. After 25 images, their most inexpensive plan is about $10 per month. Once you have an account, you can create a prompt and generate the image.
To create photorealistic images with MidJourney, you need to create a prompt. The prompt is a set of instructions that MidJourney uses to generate the image and that can be changed to get different results.
This prompt included several camera-related terms, such as a 35-millimeter lens, F 1.8, accent lighting, and global illumination. These camera-related terms create the effects that you would get from a real camera. For example, a 35-millimeter lens is a wide-angle lens that creates a shot where the subject is up close and personal. F 1.8 generates a shallow depth of field, meaning that the foreground is in focus, while the background is out of focus.
Realistic MidJourney Polaroid Photo – Example 2
Polaroid photos are instant photographs that are produced by a special type of camera called a Polaroid camera. The camera uses self-developing film that develops the photo automatically after it is taken. Unlike traditional film cameras where the film needs to be developed in a darkroom or by a professional photo lab, with a Polaroid camera, the photograph is instantly printed out and developed on the spot.
Polaroid photos were first introduced in the 1940s, and they gained popularity in the 1960s and 1970s. They were particularly popular among amateur photographers and for capturing moments that needed to be printed right away. Today, Polaroid photos have a nostalgic and vintage appeal, and many people still enjoy taking and collecting them.
For our next example, we will imitate the photos coming from a polaroid to get the realistic effect. To do this we simply add the word “polaroid” to a prompt.
Realistic MidJourney Animal Photo – Example 3
In this last example, we will use the National Geographic style to get realistic images of animals. Another word that usually gives a good result on animals is the use of the word “GOLDEN HOUR” which gives a golden tone, usually present in photos of wild animals.
<animal>, <shot direction>, <pose>, <time of the day>, National Geographic, <film type>
MidJourney is an excellent AI tool for creating photorealistic images. You can experiment with different prompts to find the one that works best for you. Remember to include camera-related terms in your prompt to create the effects that you would get from a real camera. You can easyly create images that look like real photographs, and this shows that you don’t need a complicated prompt to create photorealistic images. You can experiment with different prompts and find the one that works best for you.