When you start using Midjourney it can seem completely odd that you are given a grid of 4 images when you only need one. Let me show you how to fix that.
If you're looking for a slightly less stylized and "manicured" image from Midjourney, look no further than RAW mode.
You might just want Midjourney to stop midway through because it looks cool. Say hello to the stop parameter.
If you are looking to create a repeating pattern for fabric, wallpaper, book covers etc.. Then Midjourney has the answer for you with its --tile parameter.
Get the most out of Midjourney by accessing and customising the settings.
If you want to create consistent images that look and feel like they are part of the same series then you need to find the image seed. Let me show you how.
If you want to change anything about the image that you have created in Midjourney then you need the Remix mode.
With the constantly growing amount of images we are producing it is easy to lose them in the feed. Let me show you how to find them.
Producing pictures in Midjourney is great and all but what if you cannot save them? Let me show you how.
We've all seen those cool videos on YouTube that are constantly zooming out but how do you make them? Using Midjourney and some video editing software that's how.
Sometimes you get an image in Midjourney that is almost perfect but it is just a little too close in. Up until now, there wasn't much you could do about it aside from re-prompting with a more specific shot. Not any more...
If you want your images to be more "unique" and "quirky" then the weird parameter is the one for you