Midjourney 5.2 features new ‘Zoom out’ aspect ratio changes that your AI mind should be very excited by

    For those new to Midjourney, it is a powerful AI image-generation tool that allows users to create stunning images from their imagination. The latest version of Midjourney, 5.2, brings a number of new features and improvements that make it even more versatile and powerful.

    The Midjourney V5.2 model is the newest and most advanced, released June 2023. To use this model, add the --v 5.2 parameter to the end of a prompt, or use the /settings command and select 5️⃣ MJ Version 5.2

    One of the most exciting new features in Midjourney 5.2 is changing the aspect ratio, also known as ‘Zoom Out’. This feature allows users to extend existing images at the edges, adding new details and objects and appearing as if the image or photo was taken by a photographer with a wider lens. For those who are familiar with Adobe, this is effectively content-aware fill and generative fill combined and run automatically.

    This is a great way to create more complex and detailed images and can take a subject and provide additional context of the surrounding environment while delivering a great 7:4 wide aspect ratio (still not 16:9), that better suits TVs and phones.

    Another new feature in Midjourney 5.2 is prompt analysis. Prompt analysis is a tool that helps users to improve their prompts. The tool analyzes the prompt and provides feedback on which words are most important, as well as suggestions for shorter and more effective prompts. This can help users to get better results from Midjourney.

    In addition to these new features, Midjourney 5.2 also includes a number of other improvements, such as:

    • Improved image quality
    • Optimized text readability
    • New styles and filters
    • Bug fixes and performance improvements

    If you’re looking for a powerful AI image generation tool, Midjourney 5.2 is a great option. In most cases, you will need to pay, but you can see other creations by other users in their Discord channel.

    Twitter user Borriss has a great thread, full of examples of the ‘Zoom out’ feature.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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