13 Best Midjourney Parameters with Examples (List)

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Midjourney parameters are options added to a prompt that change how an image generates. They can alter an image’s aspect ratios, switch between Midjourney model versions, change which upscaler is used, and more.

Here is a list of some of the parameters:

  1. Aspect Ratios (--aspect or --ar): This parameter is used to alter the aspect ratio of the generated image. It supports any ratio, but over 2:1 is experimental and may cause unpredictable results.
  2. Chaos (--chaos or --c): This parameter changes how varied the results will be. Higher values produce more unusual and unexpected generations. The range is from 0 to 100, with the default being 0.
πŸ’‘ Prompt: ant hill in forest --chaos 100 --v 6.0
πŸ’‘ Prompt: ant hill in forest --chaos 0 --v 6.0
  1. Stylization (--stylize or --s): This parameter influences the extent to which Midjourney’s default aesthetic style is applied to your images. It accepts values from 0 to 1000, where higher values mean that the image will have more stylization and abstraction, while lower values mean that the image will have less stylization and abstraction.
  2. Detail (--quality or --q): This parameter influences the level of detail in the generated image. The default is 1, and it only accepts .25, .5, 1, and 2. Values greater than 2 are downgraded to 2.
  3. Seed (--seed): This parameter allows you to use a specific seed number to create a field of like television static, as a starting point to generate the initial image.
  4. Image Weight (--image weight or --iw): This parameter influences how much weight is given to the image in the generation process. Defaults and ranges differ by version.
  5. No (--no): This parameter enables negative prompting. It allows you to remove an element from the image by specifying what you don’t want to see in the image.
πŸ’‘ Prompt: /imagine soccer field --no ball --v 6.0
  1. Style (--style): This parameter allows for switching between different versions of the Midjourney model.
  2. Version (--version or --v): This parameter allows you to use a different version of the Midjourney algorithm.
  3. Stop (--stop): This parameter allows you to stop Midjourney from generating the image when it’s a certain percentage done. The earlier you stop the generation, the more the image looks like it has a Gaussian blur.
  4. Niji (--niji): This parameter allows you to use an alternative model focused on anime style images.
  5. Uplight (--uplight): This parameter allows you to use an alternative “light” upscaler when selecting the U buttons. The results are closer to the original grid image.
  6. Weird (--weird or --w): This parameter allows you to add a weirdness factor to your image. Higher values produce unexpected generations.
  7. Tile (--tile): This parameter allows you to create a repeating pattern (see below).

Remember, parameters are always added to the end of a prompt, and you can add multiple parameters to each prompt.

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