Guide To Midjourney
Promts and Parameters
These Midjourney prompts aim to guide students in the creation of beautiful AI-generated images using Mourney. Students will explore various aspects of visual expression, including lighting, emotion, style, color, and metaphors. They will experiment with different lighting techniques to evoke specific emotions, such as happiness, sadness, or tranquility. Additionally, students will delve into stylistic variations, replicating the characteristics of art movements or artists to create unique AI-generated images. They will also learn about the impact of color on mood and communication, using different color schemes to convey warmth, coolness, or harmony. Metaphorical interpretations will encourage students to think symbolically, incorporating metaphors into their AI-generated images. Finally, narrative composition prompts will guide students to tell stories or capture significant moments using Mourney, employing elements like lighting, color, and style to enhance the mood and atmosphere of their narratives. Throughout these prompts, students will be encouraged to experiment, explore, and develop their own artistic expressions using AI-generated tools.
To honor the Python library "pandas", we have adopted a unique testing method by incorporating a "panda" into our experimentation process. In this context, the panda represents an AI model specialized in generating visual content. Each prompt will be combined with the panda, blending them in equal parts to produce AI-generated images. By leveraging the panda's generative capabilities alongside the guidance provided by the prompts, we can evaluate the extent to which the prompts influence the resulting artistic expression. This collaborative approach allows us to explore the potential of combining the expertise of the panda model with the creative direction provided by the prompts, ultimately inspiring students to create captivating and visually striking AI-generated artwork.
All prompts are generated with one part panda and one part prompt. This is given to Midjourney as panda::1 prompt::1. No additional prompt engineering as we want to show the affect each prompt has when mixed equally with our test subject.