Make me a superhero...

How to use Midjourney to turn your own image into superman/woman

Everyone has been asking me about how to create these AI superhero images I’ve been using in my keynotes, so today, I thought I would give y’all a quick Midjourney prompt and some examples just in case you want to “try this at home”.

With Midjourney, the start of the prompt is always /imagine (then describe your image).

What I thought would be kinda cute is to create super-hero images of our Transform winners over the years (as you have to be a bit of a super-hero to win the thing…)

Here are a few that worked well for me (and as you can see, the photo doesn’t have to be super high res…)

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Laura Shooter, 2020 winner

Laura Shooter, 2023 AI Superhero

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Beau Miller, Transform 2023 Winner

Beau Miller, 2023 AI Superhero

Adam Gulliford - Raine & Horne - Darwin - realestate.com.au

Adam Gulliford, 2019 Winner

Adam Gulliford, 2023 AI Superhero

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Heidi Howe, Transform 2021 Winner

Heidi Howe, 2023 AI Superhero

Kylie Maxwell - LJ Hooker Queanbeyan | Allhomes

Kylie Maxwell, Transform Masters 2018 winner

Kylie Maxwell, 2023 AI Superhero

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Rebecca Halton, LJ Hooker Accelerate 2021 Winner

Rebecca Halton, 2023 AI Superhero

Today’s prompt of the day

Here is the prompt I used:

/imagine [insert your image link] as a portrait of an attractive and [masculine/feminine] superhero in a dynamic pose, vibrant colours, comic book-inspired style, professional comic book artists' collaboration (Jim Lee, Alex Ross, and Sara Pichelli), high resolution, epic background scenery, realism, intense lighting, dramatic shadows, concept art, visually stunning --ar 16:9

Replace the items in [square brackets] with your own parameters noting of course the image must be publicly accessible to work.

Post your images on social and tag me… @samanthamclean

Happy Hunting! 🚀

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