AI Image Generation with Midjourney

In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has made significant strides in the field of image generation. One company at the forefront of this technology is Midjourney, which uses AI to generate high-quality, photo-realistic images.

What is Midjourney?

Midjourney is a startup that specializes in creating AI-generated images. The company’s software uses machine learning algorithms to analyze and understand the patterns and features of real images, and then uses this knowledge to generate new, synthetic images.

Midjourney’s AI can generate a wide range of images, including people, animals, landscapes, and objects. The generated images are highly detailed and often indistinguishable from real photos.

Pros of AI Image Generation

There are several advantages to using AI for image generation:

  1. Efficiency: AI can generate images much faster than a human artist, making it a useful tool for tasks that require a large number of images.
  2. Customization: With AI, it is possible to generate images with specific features or characteristics. For example, a user could request an image of a person with a certain hair colour and eye shape.
  3. Cost savings: AI-generated images can be produced at a lower cost than traditional methods, making them an attractive option for businesses and organizations.


Cons of AI Image Generation

There are also some potential downsides to using AI for image generation:

  1. Lack of human touch: AI-generated images may lack the creativity and artistic flair of those created by humans.
  2. Limited flexibility: AI-generated images may be limited in terms of their flexibility and ability to be modified or edited.
  3. Legal issues: There may be questions around the copyright and ownership of AI-generated images, as it is unclear who owns the rights to these creations.


Copywrite Implications

As with any new technology, there are likely to be legal and ethical issues surrounding AI image generation. One potential issue is the question of who owns the rights to these images.

In most cases, the creator of an image holds the copyright to that image. However, in the case of AI-generated images, it is unclear who the creator is. Is it the person who programmed the AI, the company that developed the AI, or the AI itself? These are questions that will need to be addressed as the use of AI for image generation becomes more widespread.


AI image generation is a powerful tool that has the potential to revolutionize the way images are created and used. While there are certainly pros and cons to this technology, it is important to carefully consider the potential legal and ethical implications as it becomes more prevalent in the market.

Surprise (or maybe not)

Until now the above blog post has been written entirely by an AI called ChatGPT, another new AI program disrupting the blogosphere. I think this new AI technology is great and have been having great fun using Midjourney to create all sorts of images, including the image leading this article. 

The image here is taken from my Black and White unite project and pushed through the Midjourney AI with a prompt designed to add a Constructivism angle to it. 

Expect lots more AI posts in the future!


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