You’re Using Midjourney Wrong! Here’s How to Create Better Images than 99% of Midjourney Users

<p>I used to use Midjourney wrong.</p> <p>My prompts lacked details and styles, resulting in generic and inaccurate images. I also never added parameters to customize the default behavior of Midjourney.</p> <p>If you&rsquo;re a Midjourney user, probably you&rsquo;re also making these and other mistakes, but today I&rsquo;ll show you some techniques that will help you produce better images and make Midjourney understand what&rsquo;s on your mind.</p> <p><em>Note: In case you&rsquo;re new to Midjourney, you can&nbsp;</em><a href="" rel="noopener ugc nofollow" target="_blank"><em>read this guide</em></a><em>&nbsp;to learn how to create an account and get started with basic Midjourney commands.</em></p> <h2>First things first &mdash; Change the default settings</h2> <p>Midjourney by default is good, but you should adjust your settings if you want to make the most of it. To do so, use the&nbsp;<code>/settings</code>&nbsp;command.</p> <p>Once the Midjourney settings pop up, turn on the &ldquo;MJ version 5&rdquo; to use the latest version of Midjourney and &ldquo;Remix mode&rdquo; to modify the versions of the images you get.</p> <p><img alt="" src="*c3yKfIX4bJhEGJaCeP-eNA.png" style="height:253px; width:700px" /></p> <p>Screenshot</p> <p>Now every time you type a prompt, you&rsquo;ll get the --v5 at the end and also you&rsquo;ll be able to edit the prompts for the images that you generated with Midjourney.</p> <h2>The Midjourney prompt formula</h2> <p>A simple and short Midjourney prompt typically results in images that are taken directly from the Midjourney training data, while a more detailed prompt can create entirely new and unique images.</p> <p>Let&rsquo;s see an example. Here&rsquo;s a short prompt for a blueberry pancake.</p> <p><a href=""><strong>Visit Now</strong></a></p>