What you need to use MIDJOURNEY

  1. You need to have (or create) an account in the Discord messenger. This is a somewhat peculiar and unusual messenger, which is especially popular with players and programmers, but the main functions work through Discord.
    You also need to create an account in Midjourney – after which all neural network work is built from Discord.
  2. You also need to create an account in Midjourney – after which all neural network work is built from Discord. Initially it’s FREE, and you will be given the opportunity to try creating a certain number of designs for free.
  3. If you’re going to use Migourney professionally, you’ll need to pay a monthly subscription.


Once you’ve signed up for Discord and Midjourney, you’ll have access to the Midjourney server inside Discord – it looks like this –


Next, in the Midjourney server on Discord you need to go to any of the Newcomers Rooms- they are called Newbies-(and number)- you can use any one. This is just the kind of entity where all the work happens next.

To give a command to Mijorni to make you a picture, you need to enter /imagine – wait for the prompt – and then enter a simple text that you need.

Here is an example – naturally, what else could we enter – “black funny dinosaur on a white background”


We have to admit that in Discord it’s not very convenient that new requests from other users “move” the feed, so you’d better remember the TIME when you entered a command, so that you can find a response picture from the system by time in the feed.

And this is what we get after some time (you should look in the same channel, the created picture will appear where you entered the request).


Do you agree, looks pretty darn good? How much would it cost a designer to draw this?


What is shown above is Migiorni offering you OPTIONS of pictures. Then using the buttons below you can do the following:

  1. Zoom in (get a larger resolution) – one of the selected pictures: buttons U1-U4. Number – means the number of the square. Top left – 1, top right – 2, bottom left – 3, bottom right – 4.
  2. Get options based on the selected picture – buttons V1-V4.
  3. Repeat the query to get other options – button with two arrows in a circle.



The example above used the most basic query.

It can be very useful to watch other users’ queries and learn from them) you can see what they write and what result they get.

Among the most useful is such a key as -ar 16:9 – this is the aspect ratio.

You can specify other parameters, including camera shutter speed (as if we were shooting with a real camera). The Internet is full of examples of queries, what and how you can use – there are thousands of them, you can easily google detailed instructions on queries.

An example of a very complex, cool query, in which we do not even understand everything) –

a man in suit, similar to John Wick, is working on MacBook Pro, high quality, very real cinematic mode photorealistic lightcore Crystal clear image, highly detailed face, complementary vivid colors, magical touches, ultra high resolution, widescreen aspect ratio, Cinematic, Color Grading, portrait Photography, Shot on 50mm lens, Ultra – Wide Angle, Depth of Field, hyper – detailed, beautifully color – coded, insane details, intricate details, beautifully color graded, Unreal Engine, Cinematic, Color Grading, Editorial Photography, Photography, Photoshoot, Shot on 70mm lens, Depth of Field, DOF, Tilt Blur, Shutter Speed 1/ 1000, F/ 22, White Balance, 32k, Super – Resolution, Megapixel, ProPhoto RGB, VR, Lonely, Good, Massive, warm daylight Lighting, Backlight, Natural Lighting, Incandescent, Optical Fiber, Moody Lighting, Cinematic Lighting, Studio Lighting, Soft Lighting, Volumetric, Contre – Jour, Beautiful Lighting, Accent Lighting, Global Illumination, Screen Space Global Illumination, Ray Tracing Global Illumination, Optics, Scattering, Glowing, Shadows, Rough, Shimmering, Ray Tracing Reflections, Lumen Reflections, Screen Space Reflections, Diffraction Grading, Chromatic Aberration, GB Displacement, Scan Lines, Ray Traced, Ray Tracing Ambient Occlusion, Anti – Aliasing, FKAA, TXAA, RTX, SSAO, Shaders, OpenGL – Shaders, GLSL – Shaders, Post Processing, Post – Production, Cel Shading, Tone Mapping, CGI, VFX, SFX, insanely detailed and intricate, hypermaximalist, elegant, hyper realistic, super detailed, dynamic pose, photography, 64k -ar 16: 9 -v 5 -q 5 -s 1000 -q 2 -v 5 -s 750 -v 5


Yes, mijorney can do this as well.

For popular personalities or famous characters, you can simply write their names in the query. As was done in the example above (John Wick)

If you need to upload yourself, or your girlfriend) – do this:

Click on the plus sign next to the input field at the bottom, a popup menu will appear – do – Send File.

Select the file on your computer.

After that, the picture will appear in the feed. Click on it, it will open in a popup window.

Right click on it.

Select – Copy link.

You can then use it after the /imagine prompt –

  1. paste the link – make sure it ends with .jpg or .png – if there are any width parameters in the link – delete it – the link should end with the file name.
  2. after inserting the link to the picture – add what you want, for example – as a Marvel character. Or any other you want – as Batman, as an ancient samurai – experiment) – as always you can add a description of the scenes – participates in the battle… and so on.


You can upload a picture and mijorney will write to you what she sees there – this will help you understand how to better form queries.

This can be done with the /describe command – after which you will be prompted to upload a picture, and this is of course what you should do)


Neuronet has a whole bunch of parameters that are useful to know about – they are detailed in this article.

There are also some cool features that have recently appeared – Zoom Out and Inpaint – we also talk about them in separate articles (links on the function names).


There are a million options, of course, but we, as smmers and content creators, see here first of all a gigantic field for generating images for posts and articles.

If you write an article about the work of a smmchik – and just type in Mijorney – a young man, working at a computer in a modern, spacious, bright office – and most likely you will get a very decent result, which is not ashamed to put in the article.

Need a picture to illustrate say – attic veranda – please. And so on.

Some more ideas that you might want to consider:

  • Gift – depict someone (the one receiving the gift) in the form of some character pleasing to them – a fairy, a marble statue, a superhero, an anime character.
  • Illustration for news
  • Logos – logo for chatbot in orange color – no problem.


But, did you know that there are more powerful versions of this neural network? You can install them on your PC. Plus, no subscription fees, safe and a huge potential for creativity.

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