Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Big Boat
2023-04-26
I am an art photographer and I live by the beach. As one would expect, this means I am sitting on literally hundreds of sunsets and ocean shots. Too many. I can’t ever go out without my camera, and so the nature photographs just pile up on my hard drive. Since I began using MidJourney back in the V2 days, I have been wanting to merge the two mediums, but I never really got inspired until now… I loved this empty ocean image, but wanted to add a whimsical twist. After some prompt experiments, a lot of boats, some upscaling, and masking in Photoshop – here is a bit of reality mixed with a bit of fantasy. I hope it makes you feel happy.

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: photograph of a large wooden ship carrying multicolored wood cabin style houses patchwork sails bright blue background realistic cinematic --ar 3:2 --v 5

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