How is your AI Midjourney progressing jackscrap . There seems to be a lot of videos on YouTube about it now.
I haven't been playing around with it a lot lately, but I see some people have some fabulous results. It's not as simple as it first looked, knowing the best prompts and the order they go in is an art in itself. Sometimes copying prompts that others have had good results will only get you so far, I think there's a lot more goes into some images than they let on. I only have the basic subscription, just enough to play with and make some interesting images and some not so interesting.
I have also been experimenting with MidJourney, but am finding it hard to master. I haven't bought a subscription yet. I would really like to use AI with my own photos, but midjourney is not doing a good job of recognizing my photo and blending it with the words I have inputted. Is there an AI generator out there that does work well with one's own photos?
Looks like your perseverance is winning the day for you Jacki. Each of these examples are so different from the other. I like them all but my favourites would be the Viking Ship and the butterfly. The butterfly is very stylish.
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Jacki, I've given up playing with this for now...just didn't have the time to learn it properly. May revisit Midjourney in the future, but I have to say your progress is amazing! I love the viking ship and the hut/house/temple at the top of the craggy hill. I imagine a witch living there, handing out medicines and cures, but making the supplicants climb the difficult steps to get to her. ...but, then, again...it has an Asian woodcut feel to it, so maybe it's a mystic who lives up there. LOL Just daydreaming about this one. I LOVE it!!!
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Thanks Vicki, I still feel like a fraud taking any sort of credit for these images. I have been trying to learn better ways of prompting through various YouTube videos and sometimes I just use the prompts they do. If you click on the image you will see the prompt I used for the Buddhist temple. I even started up my own server to create the images, easy as.