In this post, we’re going to show you how to use the Midjourney Style Tuner in simple steps. We’ll take you through everything, from creating your own unique style to reusing codes in future prompts. We’ve got all the info you need right here.
Style Tuner is fantastic new feature from the Midjourney team, because it makes it super easy to give all your images the same look. It's kind of like picking a filter for your AI images.
For example, if you want all your pictures to have a dreamy, soft focus look, you can set that up with the Style Tuner. Then, just add a little code to the end of each prompt, and voila! Every image you make will have that dreamy look. It's like having your own custom Instagram filter, but with even more options to play with.
Ready to dive in and see what cool things you can do with the Midjourney Style Tuner? Let’s get started!
Step 1: Go to Midjourney and start by typing /tune followed by your prompt. (this is the same process as when you create an new image by typing /image).
Step 2: After you type in your command, Midjourney will ask you how many styles you want to see, ranging from 16 to 128. I usually go with 32 because it works well for me. Pick the number you want, confirm your choice, and then Midjourney will start making the sample images for you.
Step 3: Following a short wait, you'll be presented with a webpage with the images laid out. There are two ways to fine-tune the aesthetic: Compare two style at a time OR Pick your favorite from a big grid. I choose the 'big grid' method.
Step 4: Scan the images and click the ones you feel match the style you're trying to create. This guides Midjourney to learn the image style you're trying to generate.
Step 5: Once you've selected a range of visual styles, a unique code is generated based on your selections, the code will look something like this (--style bbRYJjGqKhKkGnnW). This code can then be used to replicate that specific style again and again - just include the code at the end of your next prompt, like this (/image Beautiful African Woman --style bbRYJjGqKhKkGnnW) .
Step 6: If you feel like experimenting, it's worthing noting that multiple styles can be combined by separating style codes with a hyphen (--style code1-code2.).
Example Style Tuner Images
As we approach the final segment of our guide, we've covered a lot of ground on how to effectively utilize the Midjourney Style Tuner to enhance your visual content. We've navigated through the initial setup, explored various customization options. Now, let’s tie everything together and conclude our journey with an example of Style Tuner in action.
To really put the Style Tuner through its paces, I decided to challenge it with a visual style that's typically tricky to achieve. My goal was to create a nuanced illustrative effect, where the subject maintains a lifelike appearance while being softly enhanced by artistic flair.
Achieving this specific look consistently across various prompts can be tricky and would typically need a very detailed prompt. That’s what makes the Style Tuner so powerful and exciting.
In the examples I’m sharing below, I’ve used the style on images of women from Africa, Japan, Latin America, and Europe. Each woman looks distinct, yet the style remains consistent. I’ve also applied this style to an image of London city scene and an Italian Sports car to show its versatility.
And that’s pretty much everything you need to know about the Style Tuner from Midjourney! It’s a really cool tool that can make your pictures look amazing, and it’s not too hard to use.
Thanks a lot for sticking with me and checking out this guide. I hope it helps you make some awesome stuff! And hey, if you liked this, don’t stop here. I’ve got a bunch of other articles that you might find really helpful and fun. So go ahead and take a look – there’s a lot more to explore and learn!