MidJourney is an AI-powered website that creates art based on user prompts. It is easy to use and can produce stunning images, but there are some hidden settings that not everyone knows about. We will share six easy tips to help you get the most out of MidJourney and take your art to the next level.
Tip 1: Explore the Settings
To access the settings, type “/settings” and press enter while in Mid-Journey. Here you will find a range of options, including different versions of MidJourney. The current version is 4, but some users prefer version 3 because it has a more abstract or gritty feel. You can also use the Nichi mode to create anime art, choose the quality of your image, and activate the private mode to keep your creations hidden. Additionally, there are fast and relaxed modes, which determine how quickly your image is generated.
Tip 2: Use the Remix Mode
The remix mode allows you to change prompts quickly without having to start from scratch. To activate this mode, select it from the settings menu, then type “/imagine” followed by your prompt. For example, “/imagine field with red flowers” Once you have your image, you can use the remix tool to change the prompt easily. Simply press the “V” button to see different versions of your prompt, or create a new prompt by adding extra information.
Tip 3: Use Seeds
When MidJourney creates your image, it can produce thousands of versions of the same prompt. To ensure you get the same image in the future, use seeds. The seed number appears at the end of the prompt, so if you type the same seed number, you will receive the same image. It is like a bookmark. (“/imagine field with red flowers” –seed 1)
Tip 4: Use Suffixes
Suffixes are useful for adding information to the end of your prompts automatically. To use a suffix, type “/prefer suffix” and enter the information you want to add. For example, if you want to add “color red” to the end of every prompt, you can do with this settings.
Tip 5: Use Weight for Images
Weight determines how important MidJourney thinks each item in your prompt is. You can use weight by typing a number after each item. For example, lets use a normal case:
“/imagine cat dog tree –seed1”
Now, you may understand why we said to use Seed on Tip 3. We called this image Seed1, so now, we can send another prompt to MidJourney to change these image, and give the weight we want.
/imagine cat ::1 dog ::1 tree ::3 –seed1
What we did here was focus the new generation on the tree, by giving power 3. Now, the images will be with more focus on tree, than the cat or dog. You can now use your imagination to play around with this amazing prompt.
Tip 6: Styles
The last tip is about Midjourney styles which is a set of pre-trained models. These models allow users to choose different kind of art that is generated. There is a different kinds of styles, and the list continues to grow, so check out what is the best for your objective at MidJourney website.
These six tips will help you enhance your MidJourney experience and create stunning art. Experiment with the settings and use the remix mode to change your prompts easily. Use seeds and suffixes to save time and ensure consistency, and don’t forget to use weight to give your prompts more impact.