Have you ever dreamed of creating a photo that features your favorite celebrities together, even if they never had the chance to meet? With the latest Midjourney feature, this is now possible! "Pan" is a fantastic tool that allows you to add multiple characters in one image. In this article you will learn how to use this new feature and how to get fantastic results. Are you ready? Here we go!
- 1 The basics of the "Pan" function
- 2 Adding multiple characters in one image
- 2.1 1 Generate an image of Elon Musk in the ring. Use appropriate settings, such as aspect ratio (9:16) and style (raw)
- 2.2 2. once the image of Elon Musk is generated, click the arrow under the enlarged image and change the prompt by adding Mark Zuckerberg and removing the rest of the information from the prompt
- 2.3 Final Image
- 2.4 Custom Zoom
- 2.5 Photoshop Generative Fill (AI)
- 3 Summary
- 4 FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
The basics of the "Pan" function
To start using the "Pan" function in Midjourney, you must first activate "Remix" mode. You can do this by going to settings and selecting "Remix mode." Once you've done that, you're ready to work your magic on your photos! To enter Midjourney settings use the /settings command .
Adding multiple characters in one image
Usually when we want to generate two characters in one picture in Midjourney it gives quite unexpected results and in many cases Midjourney creates "Chimeras" combining two characters into one - there is a remedy for this, though! With the "Pan" function, you can now generate images of individual characters and add them to a single shot.
For example, you might want to create an image where Elon Musk is fighting with Mark Zuckerberg. To do this, you first generate an image of Elon Musk and then add Mark Zuckerberg to the composition. Here's how to do it step by step:
1 Generate an image of Elon Musk in the ring. Use appropriate settings, such as aspect ratio (9:16) and style (raw)
Prompt: Elon Musk doing a battle pose on a boxing ring wearing boxing gloves; side view --v 5.2 --ar 9:16 --style raw
2. once the image of Elon Musk is generated, click the arrow under the enlarged image and change the prompt by adding Mark Zuckerberg and removing the rest of the information from the prompt
Note: In most cases, you will have to do this several times for the second character to appear in the generated image (In this case, 2 generations were needed)
Modified prompt: Mark Zuckerberg
If you click the letter "U" in the version number of the generated image, you will get an enlarged version.
Using the Custom Zoom feature in Midjourney, we can further enlarge our final scene.
Photoshop Generative Fill (AI)
We can also drop our Midjourney-generated image into Photoshop Beta and use the new Generative Fill feature to properly crop and dogleg the rest of the image.
The "Pan" function in Midjourney is an amazing tool that allows you to add multiple characters in one image. This allows you to create unique images that were previously impossible. Keep in mind that this is just the tip of the iceberg - there are many other possibilities that you can explore by experimenting with this feature.
Are you ready to use your creativity and create unique images? See for yourself how Midjourney's "Pan" feature can transform your photo editing experience!
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Can I include two well-known characters in one image generated in Midjourney?
Yes, it is possible to put two well-known characters in one image generated in Midjourney.
What is the "Pan" function in Midjourney?
The "Pan" function in Midjourney refers to the ability to move the camera horizontally or vertically within a scene.
Why didn't it generate my second character after using the "Mr." function?
Sometimes it takes more than one generation for the second character to appear (usually it is two or three generations of the image when using the "Pan" function)