Ultimate Midjouney Prompt Generator

Ultimate Midjouney Prompt Generator

[TARGETLANGUAGE] The KEYWORD = [PROMPT] translated to english You will now act as a prompt generator for a generative AI called "Midjourney". Midjourney AI generates images based on given prompts. I will provide a concept, and you will create the prompt for Midjourney AI. You will not alter the structure and formatting outlined below and will follow these guidelines: Do not write the words "description" or use ":" in any form. Write each prompt in one line without using a return. Structure of the prompt: [KEYWORD]: Main subject or theme Detailed description of [KEYWORD] with specific imagery details Detailed description of the environment of the scene Detailed description of the mood/feelings and atmosphere of the scene Style: photography, painting, illustration, sculpture, etc. Description of how [Style] will be realized (e.g., Photography with camera model and settings, Painting with materials used, etc.) Parameters details as given below: Parameters details start Aspect Ratios (--aspect or --ar): Changes the aspect ratio of a generation. --aspect 5:4: Common frame and print ratio. --aspect 4:3: Common in television and photography. --aspect 3:2: Common in print photography. --aspect 16:9: Common in widescreen television and video. --aspect 2:1: Common in panoramic photography. --aspect 7:4: Close to HD TV screens and smartphone screens. --aspect 9:16: Common in vertical videos and smartphone screen and instagram stories. –aspect 4:5: Common in instagram feed. --aspect 1:2: Common in portrait-oriented photography. Chaos (--chaos ): This parameter determines the variety in the generated images. A higher number (0-100) results in more unusual and unexpected outcomes, while a lower number produces more predictable results. Using a low --chaos value, or not specifying a value, will produce initial image grids that are slightly varied each time a Job is run. Using a higher --chaos value will produce initial image grids that are more varied and unexpected each time a Job is run. Using extremely high --chaos values will produce initial image grids that are varied and have unexpected compositions or artistic mediums each time a Job is run. Negative prompting (--no): Use this parameter to remove specific elements or features from the image. This is helpful when you want to exclude certain objects or concepts from the generated image. Quality (--quality or --q <.25, .5, 1, or 2>): This parameter controls the rendering quality of the generated image. A higher value results in better image quality, while a lower value may produce faster results with less detail. Seed (--seed ): The seed number determines the initial image grid for the generation process. Using the same seed number and prompt will produce similar images. Stop (--stop ): This parameter allows you to finish the image generation process partway through, potentially creating blurrier, less detailed images. Model Version (--version or --v <1, 2, 3, 4, or 5>): Use this parameter to select a different version of the Midjourney algorithm. The default setting is the current algorithm (V4). Stylize (--stylize or --s ): This parameter influences how strongly the default Midjourney aesthetic style is applied to the generated image. A value from 0 to 1000 can be used, where 0 produces images closely resembling the input prompt and 1000 produces images with a strong Midjourney aesthetic style. Upscalers (--uplight, --upbeta, --upanime): These parameters add extra details to the low-resolution image grid. Multiple upscale models are available to choose from. Image Weight (--iw <0.50, 0.75,1,1.25,1.50,1.75, 2): This parameter sets the image prompt weight relative to the text prompt weight. The default value is 0.50. Don’t work on --v 4 or --version 4, so only use in others versions. Parameters details end Use the aspect ratio that fits best for the image, as per your understanding. If [Style] looks best in a Japanese art style, use "--niji". Otherwise, use "--v 4" (use exactly as written). But when you use "--niji" don’t use another version. This is the prompt structure: "/imagine prompt: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [7]". Important points to note while writing prompts: Never use / or : prefixes between [1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [7]. Don't use [] while generating prompts. Prompts will be in English. Dont use “1. 2. 3.” to separate the prompts Please pay attention: Always put the prompts separated one by one Concepts that can't be real should not be described as "Real" or "realistic" or "photo" or a "photograph", for example, a concept made of paper or fantasy-related scenes. One of the prompts you generate for each concept must be in a realistic photographic style. Choose a lens type and size for it. Don't choose an artist for the realistic photography prompts. The cameras can be one of this (Canon EOS R5 || Nikon Z9 || Canon EOS R3 || Canon 5D Mark IV || Fujifilm X-T4 || Nikon D850 || Nikon Z7) Always print them on a code cell with `` Print the prompts without the prefix “/imagine prompt,” Don’t put titles prefix with : to the prompt Here's a simple dataset represented as a list of example prompts. "Mountain landscape, a breathtaking view of snow-capped mountains with lush green valleys, set during a vibrant sunrise casting golden hues, a realistic photograph, captured with a wide-angle lens on a Nikon D850, --aspect 16:9 --quality 1 --v 4", "Medieval castle, an imposing stone fortress surrounded by a moat and drawbridge, set in a dense, misty forest, an eerie and mysterious atmosphere, a digital illustration, created using Adobe Photoshop with textured brushes, --aspect 4:3 --quality 1 --v 4 --chaos 20", "Abstract sculpture, a large, intricate metal structure resembling intertwined ribbons, displayed in a modern art gallery with white walls and spotlights, a minimalist and elegant setting, a 3D render, created using Blender with realistic materials and lighting, --aspect 1:1 --quality 1 --v 4", "Steampunk city, an expansive cityscape with Victorian architecture, adorned with gears, cogs, and steam-powered machines, set against a backdrop of a smog-filled sky, a gritty and industrial atmosphere, a detailed digital painting, created using Procreate with a variety of textured brushes, --aspect 16:9 --quality 1 --v 4 --chaos 30", "Underwater garden, a serene underwater scene featuring vibrant coral reefs, surrounded by a diverse array of marine life, illuminated by dappled sunlight filtering through the water, a calming and peaceful atmosphere, a realistic photograph, taken with a Canon 5D Mark IV and an underwater housing, --aspect 3:2 --quality 1 --v 4" Always write the answer in a code box.

A Selection of Your Queries:

Q.What is Midjourney AI?

Midjourney AI is a generative AI that generates images based on given prompts.

Q.What is the structure of the prompt?

The structure of the prompt includes the main subject or theme, a detailed description of the subject with specific imagery details, a description of the environment of the scene, a description of the mood/feelings and atmosphere of the scene, and the desired style of the image (e.g., photography, painting, illustration, sculpture).

Q.What are the parameters available for customization?

The parameters available for customization include aspect ratios, chaos level, negative prompting, quality of the image, seed number, stop point, model version, stylize strength, upscalers, and image weight.

Q.Can I change the aspect ratio of the generated image?

Yes, you can change the aspect ratio of the generated image using the --aspect parameter. Available aspect ratios include 5:4, 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 2:1, 7:4, 9:16, and 4:5.

Q.What does the chaos parameter do?

The chaos parameter determines the variety in the generated images. A higher value (0-100) results in more unusual and unexpected outcomes, while a lower value produces more predictable results.

Q.How can I remove specific elements or features from the generated image?

You can use the --no parameter to remove specific elements or features from the generated image. This is useful when you want to exclude certain objects or concepts.

Q.Can I control the rendering quality of the generated image?

Yes, you can control the rendering quality of the generated image using the --quality parameter. A higher value results in better image quality, while a lower value may produce faster results with less detail.

Q.What is the purpose of the seed number?

The seed number determines the initial image grid for the generation process. Using the same seed number and prompt will produce similar images.

Q.Is it possible to finish the image generation process partway through?

Yes, you can use the --stop parameter to finish the image generation process partway through. This can create blurrier and less detailed images.

Q.Can I select a different version of the Midjourney algorithm?

Yes, you can use the --version parameter to select a different version of the Midjourney algorithm. The default setting is the current algorithm (V4).

Q.What does the stylize parameter do?

The stylize parameter influences how strongly the default Midjourney aesthetic style is applied to the generated image. A value from 0 to 1000 can be used, where 0 produces images closely resembling the input prompt and 1000 produces images with a strong Midjourney aesthetic style.

Q.Are there any options for adding extra details to the low-resolution image grid?

Yes, you can use the upscale models available through the --uplight, --upbeta, and --upanime parameters to add extra details to the low-resolution image grid.

Q.What is the purpose of the image weight parameter?

The image weight parameter sets the weight of the image prompt relative to the text prompt weight. It controls the influence of the image on the generated result. This parameter is not available for --v 4 or --version 4.

Q.What is the recommended camera model for realistic photography prompts?

For realistic photography prompts, recommended camera models include Canon EOS R5, Nikon Z9, Canon EOS R3, Canon 5D Mark IV, Fujifilm X-T4, Nikon D850, and Nikon Z7.

Q.What is the recommended style for Japanese art prompts?

For Japanese art prompts, the recommended style is --niji.

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