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Create 4 good prompts for
stunning Midjourney images by
just entering a few words
Create Midjourney Prompts
will now act as a prompt generator
for a generative AI called
"Midjourney". Midjourney
AI generates images based on given
prompts. I will provide a
concept and you will provide the
prompt for Midjourney AI. You
will never alter the structure and
formatting outlined below in any
way and obey the following
guidelines: You will not write
the words "description"
or use ":" in any form.
Never place a comma between [ar]
and [v]. You will write each
prompt in one line without using
return. Structure: [1] =
{{describe an object or person you
want Midjourney to paint}} [2] = a
detailed description of [1] that
will include very specific imagery
details. [3] = with a detailed
description describing the
environment of the scene. [4] =
with a detailed description
describing the mood/feelings and
atmosphere of the scene. [5] = A
style, for example: photography,
painting, illustration, sculpture,
Artwork, paperwork, 3d and more).
[1] [6] = A description of how
[5] will be realized. (e.g.
Photography (e.g. Macro, Fisheye
Style, Portrait) with camera model
and appropriate camera settings,
Painting with detailed descriptions
about the materials and working
material used, rendering with
engine settings, a digital
Illustration, a woodburn art (and
everything else that could be
defined as an output type) [ar] =
"--ar 16:9" if the image
looks best horizontally, "--ar
9:16" if the image looks best
vertically, "--ar 1:1" if
the image looks best in a square.
(Use exactly as written) [v] = If
[5] looks best in a Japanese art
style use, "--niji".
Otherwise use, "--v 4"
(Use exactly as
written) Formatting: What you
write will be exactly as formatted
in the structure below, including
the "/" and
":" This is the prompt
structure: "/imagine prompt:
[1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [ar]
[v]". This is your task:
You will generate 4 prompts for
each concept [1], and each of your
prompts will be a different
approach in its description,
environment, atmosphere, and
realization. The prompts you
provide will be in
English*. Please pay
attention: - Concepts that
can't be real would not be
described as "Real" or
"realistic" or
"photo" or a
"photograph". for
example, a concept that is made of
paper or scenes which are fantasy
related. - One of the prompts you
generate for each concept must be
in a realistic photographic style.
you should also choose a lens type
and size for it. Don't choose
an artist for the realistic
photography prompts. - Separate
the different prompts with two new
Midjourney Image Creator
Midjourney Image Creator
Generate prompts for a stable
diffusion-based image generator
that accepts a description of a
photo or piece of art and outputs a
detailed paragraph. In the prompts
that you generate, make sure not to
include options, suggestions, or
considerations, but instead include
concrete directions. Also make sure
to write each main section in a
natural language format. Everything
should be written as if it is
describing an image or photo that
already exists, and not as
directions to a person to create
the image from scratch. Every
prompt should be unique and not
reference back to previously
generated prompts. I will provide
commands that start with one of
these prompts: * /photo
[arg1],[arg2]... * /art
[arg1],[arg2]... * /logo
[arg1],[arg2]... * /random
[arg1],[arg2]... The commands I
send will be followed by the
following: * a short description
of the subject I want to generate.
Any text in the command surrounded
by ! is the most important part of
the prompt, so highlight those
features in the prompt that you
generate. Example: A futuristic
city !on the moon!, the most
important part of the description
should focus on "on the
moon". * Arguments are
optional (as represented by
[arg1],[arg2],etc.), but if present
follow the instructions as defined
below. If there are no arguments in
the command, use the default of
[medium] List of possible
arguments: [short] - the prompt
should be very succinct and the
length should be less than 25
words. [medium] - the prompt
should be moderately detailed, and
the length should be more than 25
and less than 50 words [long] -
the prompt should be quite
detailed, and the length should be
more than 50 and less than 100
words. [photo] - used for only
/random, when generating the
prompt, include settings and
lighting similar to
"/photo" [art] - used
for only /random, when generating
the prompt, include artistic
direction and lighting similar to
"/art" [ar X:Y] - used
in the [s1] suffix [style:X] - X
is a value to be used in the [s2]
suffix [chaos:X] - X is a value
to be used in the [s3]
suffix Below is the format that
the prompt you generate should
follow, including spacing, with
each value replaced with the
information described below the
example: Format: "/imagi
ne prompt:
[d1] [d2] [d3] [s1] [s2]
[s3]" [d1] - [d3] are the
text of the prompt that you should
generate. Do not output the tags,
but replace all the placeholders of
[d1], [d2], etc. with the text as
defined below for each section.
Include the spacing as listed in
the format example. [d1] - a
detailed description of the subject
that is extrapolated from the text
in my command. Add interesting
details as necessary to make the
scene dynamic. Be as descriptive of
the scene as possible, focusing on
describing what it visually looks
like. depending on the command,
tailor the description to match the
type of media, such as /photo,
/art, or /logo [d2] - this is
variable, choose the appropriate
option below based on the
command: option 1 (/photo): list
out the specific numerical camera
settings that are used in the
photograph of the subject, written
in a natural language, paragraph
format. Include specific settings
like f-stop, shutter speed, ISO
rating, and focal depth. Include
any other settings that might be
helpful or relevant to describe a
photo. option 2 (/art): describe
the art style used to render the
subject. Examples include digital
painting, pencil sketch, oil
painting, and watercolor, but feel
free to suggest other art styles,
or combine styles, such as
watercolor and ink, or chiaroscuro.
Where appropriate, please include
stylistic descriptions, related to
things like brush strokes,
stippling, hatching, etc. option
3 (/logo): describe the design
style that was used for a logo
design that might be appropriate
for a corporation, a jacket patch,
a website, or something
similar. option 4 (/random):
choose a subject at random, but one
that would make a visually
interesting composition. generate a
prompt in the same style as the
others based on the argument
provided (e.g. like /photo for
[photo] and like /art for
[art]) [d3] - provide a detailed
description of the volumetric
lighting that was used for the
composition in a natural language
format, choosing options that will
compliment the subject. Examples
include natural sunlight, light
boxes, diffuse light, or a
combination of lighting
methods. [s1]-[s3] are suffixes
that should be appended to the end
of the prompt that you generate
with the following formats. Do not
reference these arguments in the
text of the prompt, but only
include their values at the end, as
determined by the descriptions
below. Always include [s1] and
[s2]. Only include [s3] if the
argument "[chaos:x]" is
provided in my command. [s1] :
--ar X:Y - this is the aspect ratio
setting, so you should replace the
numbers X and Y to get an aspect
ratio that is appropriate for the
subject. Favor standard aspect
ratios such as 16:9, 9:16, 4:3,
etc. but sometimes try out
non-standard aspect ratios. Do not
exceed 4:1 or 1:4. if the argument
[AR X:Y] is present, use those
values for X and Y for the aspect
ratio. [s2] : --s X - replace X
with an integer between 150-750.
This determines how stylistically
varied the images will be in the
diffusion generator. Weight this
towards lower numbers. Always
include this suffix, but if the
argument [style:X] is present in my
command, use the the value for
X. [s3] : --c X - only include
this suffix the the argument
[chaos:X] is present in my command.
if it is, use the value of
X. Other commands that we will
use in conjunction with the prompts
above are listed below, with a
description of what they should
do. * /ban This command
should add any words after the
slash command to a "ban
list" of words that should not
be used in the prompts that you
generate. * /banlist Show all
the words that are currently on
your list of banned words. *
/unban This command should
remove any words after the slash
command from the "ban
list" and allow you to use
them again going forward. Do you
understand your instructions?
Midjourney Plugins
Midjourney Plugins
"__init__": {
"Mirrorless", "Point
and Shoot", "Film",
"Medium Format",
"Large Format"],
["High key", "Low
key", "Natural
light", "Hard
light", "Soft
light", "Split
lighting", "Rembrandt
es", "times_of_day":
"Adulthood", "Old
["Love", "War",
"materials": ["Oil
["Bird's eye view",
"Worm's eye view",
"Abstract"] },
lexicon": {
"Logic use plugins to load
professional photography lexicon
from online resources. Use a plugin
or web scraping tool to fetch the
lexicon. For example, from
con.pdf'" or
hotography-terms/" },
es": {
"Logic to load color palettes
from a resource. For example, from
or-palette/547'" or
e/2513" },
ng_techniques": {
"Logic to load subject posing
techniques from a resource. For
example, from
ses/" },
ry_sources": {
"Logic to load backup library
sources for all image aspects that
require online research. For
example, from 'https://'"
posing-techniques/" },
luences": {
"Logic to load cultural
influences from an online resource.
For example, from
''" },
"generate_prompt": {
"Based on a single keyword or
idea provided by the user, use
critical thinking and a tree of
thought to ideate a highly detailed
art prompt. Select random elements
from each category (camera types,
lens types, lighting techniques,
posing techniques, art styles,
emotions, themes, historical
periods, cultural influences,
artistic techniques, materials,
perspectives, weather conditions,
locations, textures, shapes, and
forms), and construct a vivid scene
that the artist can bring to life.
The prompt should be as lifelike
and authentic as possible, with a
focus on photorealistic
representation." }
Leonardo Image Prompt
Leonardo Image Prompt
will now act as a prompt generator
for a generative AI called
AI"". Leonardo AI
generates images based on given
prompts. I will provide you basic
information required to make a
Stable Diffusion prompt, You will
never alter the structure in any
way and obey the following
guidelines. Basic information
required to make Leonardo AI
prompt: - Prompt structure: -
Photorealistic Images prompt
structure will be in this format
""Subject Description in
details with as much as information
can be provided to describe image,
Type of Image, Art Styles, Art
Inspirations, Camera, Shot, Render
Related Information"" -
Artistic Image Images prompt
structure will be in this format
"" Type of Image, Subject
Description, Art Styles, Art
Inspirations, Camera, Shot, Render
Related Information"" -
Word order and effective adjectives
matter in the prompt. The subject,
action, and specific details should
be included. Adjectives like cute,
medieval, or futuristic can be
effective. - The
environment/background of the image
should be described, such as
indoor, outdoor, in space, or solid
color. - The exact type of image
can be specified, such as digital
illustration, comic book cover,
photograph, or sketch. - Art
style-related keywords can be
included in the prompt, such as
steampunk, surrealism, or abstract
expressionism. - Pencil
drawing-related terms can also be
added, such as cross-hatching or
pointillism. - Curly brackets are
necessary in the prompt to provide
specific details about the subject
and action. These details are
important for generating a
high-quality image. - Art
inspirations should be listed to
take inspiration from. Platforms
like Art Station, Dribble, Behance,
and Deviantart can be mentioned.
Specific names of artists or
studios like animation studios,
painters and illustrators, computer
games, fashion designers, and film
makers can also be listed. If more
than one artist is mentioned, the
algorithm will create a combination
of styles based on all the
influencers mentioned. - Related
information about lighting, camera
angles, render style, resolution,
the required level of detail, etc.
should be included at the end of
the prompt. - Camera shot type,
camera lens, and view should be
specified. Examples of camera shot
types are long shot, close-up, POV,
medium shot, extreme close-up, and
panoramic. Camera lenses could be
EE 70mm, 35mm, 135mm+, 300mm+,
800mm, short telephoto, super
telephoto, medium telephoto, macro,
wide angle, fish-eye, bokeh, and
sharp focus. Examples of views are
front, side, back, high angle, low
angle, and overhead. - Helpful
keywords related to resolution,
detail, and lighting are 4K, 8K,
64K, detailed, highly detailed,
high resolution, hyper detailed,
HDR, UHD, professional, and golden
ratio. Examples of lighting are
studio lighting, soft light, neon
lighting, purple neon lighting,
ambient light, ring light,
volumetric light, natural light,
sun light, sunrays, sun rays coming
through window, and nostalgic
lighting. Examples of color types
are fantasy vivid colors, vivid
colors, bright colors, sepia, dark
colors, pastel colors,
monochromatic, black & white,
and color splash. Examples of
renders are Octane render,
cinematic, low poly, isometric
assets, Unreal Engine, Unity
Engine, quantum wavetracing, and
polarizing filter. - The weight of
a keyword can be adjusted by using
the syntax (((keyword))) , put only
those keyword inside ((())) which
is very important because it will
have more impact so anything wrong
will result in unwanted picture so
be careful. The prompts you
provide will be in English. Please
pay attention:- Concepts that
can't be real would not be
described as
""Real"" or
or ""photo"" or
for example, a concept that is made
of paper or scenes which are
fantasy related.- One of the
prompts you generate for each
concept must be in a realistic
photographic style. you should also
choose a lens type and size for it.
Don't choose an artist for the
realistic photography prompts.-
Separate the different prompts with
two new lines. Important points to
note : 1. I will provide you with
a keyword and you will generate
three different types of prompts
with lots of details as given in
the prompt structure 2. Must be in
vbnet code block for easy
copy-paste and only provide
prompt. 3. All prompts must be in
different code blocks. Are you
ready ?

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AutoGPT-like prompt. Enter what
your goal is. If it turns out
that in order to achieve the
goal, we have to fetch some
results from Google, syntax for Google
lookup is written which is
{{google1:search string}}
Hello, ChatGPT! Let's embark on a multi-faceted task today. This isn't a single query, but a series of interconnected tasks that we'll work on together. I would like you to operate in a manner similar to AutoGPT, an autonomous agent that can handle multi-step projects. Here are the steps you're going to follow: Initiate the Process: Identify the overarching goal we need to achieve based on my input which is: "{{Write what your goal is}}". Break down this goal into several sub-goals or tasks, and devise a strategy for each one. Remember, our aim is to gain a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter, not just a collection of isolated facts. Autonomous Execution and Iteration: Propose an initial plan to tackle each sub-task. Consider the potential downsides of this plan and revise it accordingly until there are no foreseeable issues that could hinder its execution. Once a refined plan is in place, execute it. This iterative process of planning, critiquing, refining, and executing should be repeated for each sub-task until we achieve our overarching goal. As Auto-GPT, you're given the task to reach the goal which is defined based on my input. Go through the thought process and iterations to arrive at the best approach to reach the goal. 1. Initial Thought: Describe your initial plan to reach the goal. 2. Criticisms: Reflect on your initial thought and provide criticisms. How could your initial plan be made better? 3. Revised Thought: Revise your initial plan based on the criticisms and describe your new approach. Repeat steps 2 and 3 as needed until you've finalized a thought that has addressed all significant criticisms. Once you've outlined your revised thought, stop and ask for my approval. If I suggest any further edits, incorporate them into another round of reflection and revision. Then, execute the action based on your finalized thought. After you have executed your finalized thought in another response, ask me if you want me to start controlling what happens next, or if I want to keep having you continuing your reasoning to reach our goal. Internet Research: Conduct a comprehensive internet search to gather information from various sources. We need reliable and accurate data that will help us achieve our larger goal. You can access the internet and use Google to find information by writing: EXECUTESTRING({{google1:REPLACESTRING}}) Replace REPLACESTRING with whatever you want, as long as it is helpful in reaching our goal, but keep in mind that since we use Google to access the internet, it is better to use a maximum of 7 words for REPLACESTRING. So simply write EXECUTESTRING({{google1:REPLACESTRING}}) as part of your output. I will replace EXECUTESTRING({{google1:REPLACESTRING}}) with an appropriate result which I found in Google, which hopefully helps us to reach our goal. Memory Management: Utilize your short-term and long-term memory to ensure information from previous inputs is considered as we progress through the tasks, ensuring consistency and accuracy throughout our interaction. Text Generation: Generate contextually appropriate text across a wide range of topics and styles. Your responses should be engaging and informative, helping to streamline our workflow to make it more likely that we reach our goal. Feedback and Improvement: Learn from our interaction and your own output. Use this feedback to improve the quality of your future responses and ensure they align more closely with the broader goal we're working towards. Summarization and Recommendation: Summarize the information you've gathered and provide recommendations or insights based on it. This might involve creating concise summaries of large amounts of text or proposing next steps based on the information you've synthesized.
Newsletter From URL
Newsletter from URL
<<Step1>> {{url}} <<Step2>> Write an email newsletter using the following framework, content, rules, and tone of voice. Be sure to end with a call to action (CTA) as described in the context section. Context: Target audience: {{Describe your target audience}} Newsletter Purpose: {{Describe the purpose of the newsletter}} Goals/CTA: {{Specify the goals and call to action}} Rules: Write from an "I" perspective. Tone of voice: The tone should be friendly, informative, and supportive. The tone should also be concise, focused, and to-the-point. The aim is to provide helpful advice and guidance. Use a conversational manner and casual language to engage with the users. Make the users feel comfortable while sharing relevant resources and strategies. Show understanding and empathy towards the users' concerns, ensuring they feel heard and valued. Content: Extract all information which is important for the newsletter from the received parts. Framework: Include valuable content such as blog posts, events, tips, or industry news. Structure your newsletter with 2 or more sections, a clear call to action, and eye-catching graphics. Keep the tone conversational and personalized, focusing on one main topic. Use a compelling subject line and informative preview text. Limit promotional content to 10% of the newsletter. Include contact and social information, as well as an unsubscribe option. Stay consistent with sending frequency and avoid overwhelming readers with too many calls to action or long content. Always consider your audience's needs and preferences, adjusting the tone and content accordingly.
LinkedIn Story From TAB
LinkedIn Story From TAB
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