Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Melting AI

I am a photo artist. Much of my work begins with a camera, but it isn’t your typical photography. I developed a process in Adobe Photoshop to “melt” my photos, and decided to try the effect on some MidJourney V4 images.

I won’t give away my magic trick secrets, but basically I create an Action that makes a bunch of little changes to an image, then I create another Action that runs the first Action hundreds and hundreds of times, using a Script to save out a frame with each step. Then when I compile the frames together in Adobe Premiere, you get this weird melting/dripping/trippiness effect… Just testing some ideas for a possible bigger project.

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