Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Mixing Different Versions

You can mix two different versions of MidJourney with the new Vary Region feature! Want to give new life to an old creation? Just find an old image in your gallery, copy the job ID, then use the /show command to bring it back in Discord – then you have the option to use Vary Region (aka inpainting) to add V5.2 on parts of the image.

I started using MidJourney while it was in V2, over a year ago. I made this beach scene during my trial and was blown away at the creativity (and immediately subscribed, lol). Well, I brought it back to life by (1) using Zoom Out then (2) using Vary Region to add multiple elements, and finally (3) using Custom Zoom to change the aspect ratio to 16:9… If you want to then mix the “themes” of the image fully into V5.2 just make full variations! Kind of a fun way to play with really old ideas.

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