Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Knolling Self

I uploaded a self-portrait to MidJourney and told it to make a “knolling” photograph (a form of product photography where you lay down objects in an organized fashion) and included some terms of things I enjoy: Cameras, lenses, salads, whiskey, kombucha, 3080, computers… and, ummmm, I’m not sure if I like or hate what it gave me. This is the uncanny Shane.

Try it yourself! Use your profile pic as a reference (send a message to the Bot, copy the JPG link, paste it at the beginning of your prompt), add “knolling photography of”, type in some things you enjoy, then –v 4 and freak out when you hate what you see. 🤣

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: IMAGEURL knolling photography of cameras, lenses, virtual reality, rtx 3080, onewheel, philips hue color bulbs, vinyl records, black tricolor corgi, salad, pizza, kombucha, google apps, whiskey, seashells --v 4

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