AI BITS: MIDJOURNEY’S Crush on film, Kirigami and make up a word and prompt it!
Warning: this is going to sound like one out of dozens of ads of one-of-a-kind photo editing app. Do you want to take your photography to a whole new level, a professional one? We are not talking regular photograph of course, we’re talking AI photography, and a street style to be precise. Do you? Hey, Chase Lean (@chaseleantj) we are all in! As Chase discovered, Midjourney has a crush on certain aesthetics of the film era. It turned out that:
Just add „Fujifilm” into the prompt.
It instantly levels up the photo.
Left: no Fujifilm
artist: @chaseleantj / prompt (left): street photography of a woman on a busy street, partly cloudy –ar 3:4/ prompt (right): street photography of a woman on a busy street, partly cloudy, shot with Fujifilm –ar 3:4/ source: Twitter
Adding „Fujifilm” to prompts automatically improves the overall picture overall quality. By following the case, Chase noticed the same happens when you add „Kodak film” to your prompts. Midjourney seems to mimic the look, exactly the way it is supposed to be imitated, whereas certain film emulsions add more green or red onto the color levels, they also seem to improve the subject, the lighting and the composition all at once. It may actually be relevant for any „film” brand, as Klaus Grabler (@MindjourneyAI) noticed.
artist: @MindjourneyAI / source: Twitter
Have you heard of Kirigami? A variation of origami, the Japanese art of folding paper, but one that may include cutting as well as folding? It results in a three-dimensional design that stands away from the page, no glue! While origami was always to hard to get it right, Kirigami would have been way above our limits. Not with the generative AI though! MayorkingAI (@MayorKingAI) shared one of their great prompts that we couldn’t pass by and leave noticed. Enjoy!
artist: @MayorKingAI / prompt: A multi-dimensional paper kirigami craft featuring a Fire spirit of the forest , set against a lush woodland backdrop, captured in a gloomy day, utilizing paper illustration Moebius techniques, in 4K resolution, with a green and red color palette, trending on Artstation, organic patterns, and 3D relief, –ar 16:9 –s 750 –q 2 –v 5.1 / source: Twitter
artist: @MayorKingAI / prompt: A multi-dimensional paper kirigami craft featuring a Ethereal Cosmic Goddess, floating in the middle of Space surrounded by Stars and Planets , utilizing paper illustration James Jean techniques, in 4k resolution, rendered in a dreamy and magical style, in 4K resolution, trending on Artstation, 3D relief –ar 16:9 –s 750 –q 2 –v 5.1 / source: Twitter
artist: @MayorKingAI / prompt: A multi-dimensional paper kirigami craft featuring a mythological Phoenix , flying about a medieval kingdom, captured in a sunny day setting with glowing sunrays, utilizing paper illustration and Japanese-inspired techniques, rendered in a epic, magical and vivid style, in 4K resolution, with a warm color palette, trending on Artstation, intricate details, and 3D relief –ar 16:9 –s 750–q 2 –v 5.1 / source: Twitter
artist: @MayorKingAI / prompt: A multi-dimensional paper kirigami craft featuring, beautiful woman posing underwater surrounded by marine species , full body, utilizing paper illustration and Japanese-inspired techniques by Luis Royo, Jesus Vallejo, femenine, curvous, delicate, rendered in a dreamy and majestic , style, soft colors palette, sunny day , 4K resolution, trending on Artstation, intricate details, and 3D relief –ar 16:9 –s 750 –q 2 –v 5.1 / source: Twitter
It may have started with „Lumiflora” that Nick St. Pierre (@nickfloats) fired off in one of his Twitter threads and went on straight to his followers turned word creators, or it may have started with Alie Jules (@saana_ai) asking her follower to do exactly same thing same day earlier here. Either way, the game went wild! It would be hard no to love it, forget they way we discovered this. It went like that:
Make up a word
Run it as a prompt.
Let’s see what ya’all cooked.
artist: @saana_ai / prompt: fluffernutter / source: Twitter
artist: @nickfloats / prompt: lumiflora / source: Twitter
artist: @VickijEth / prompt: Avaitplutitian / source: Twitter
artist:@KavehP2 / prompt: Celesmoric / source: Twitter
artist: @marcussintome / prompt: pentagreen / source: Twitter
artist: @Caroline_Tomas / prompt: bizarrooli / source: Twitter
artist: @RongoSAR / prompt: Mechafauna / source: Twitter
artist: @nathania_ml / prompt: Amazeballs / source: Twitter
It’s just the tip of the iceberg really. There are literally like over 1000 different single imaginary word prompts out there in both of the amazing threads. It would be impossible to list them all here, we have chosen the above randomly. Make sure to visit Twitter to discover them. It’s definitely worth your time. You can do it here for Alie’s and here for Nick’s.