Can we make our product shoot like Christopher Nolan's Batman?

I don't know about you, but I didn't go to art school, so when I look at an image I don't know how to describe it in the proper terms.


Prompt Reverse-Engineering

It's possible now to take any image and reverse-engineer what prompt would recreate it, in order to copy the style or innovate on it...More


Mike Taylor

Built a 50-person growth agency.
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1. Scenario
Whipple Client Brand Meeting
You're a planner in a branding agency but all the creatives are busy, and the client needs some mockups.
William Winters
at Whipple

I know this isn't really your job

But all the creatives are busy and the client wants some mockups of how the new product shoot will look

He wants to emulate the style of Batman

You know, dark and gritty

The christopher nolan one, not the new one

Anyway, can you try and figure out the style we need?

We need a detailed description to go in the brief


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2. Brief

Prompt reverse engineering is a powerful tool for anyone looking to create images that match a particular style. Midjourney's new feature, "Describe," makes it easy to take an existing image and reverse engineer the prompt for it. This is especially helpful for those who are not familiar with art styles or don't know how to replicate an image.

Describe works by allowing users to type in "describe" and then upload an existing picture. It then generates four examples of what the prompt might be for that picture. This can be used as a starting point for creating a new image. It also provides keywords, such as those associated with iconic Hollywood stars or memes, to guide the user's creative process.

For example, if a user wanted to replicate a Batman movie image, they could use the Describe feature. This would generate four prompts based off the style of the original image. The user could then choose one and hit submit to generate a new image based on that style. The feature is also capable of understanding different art styles and provides similar images for reference.

The Describe feature is also extremely helpful for understanding art styles. It can provide a user with insight into what aspect ratio, color scheme, and other elements were used in the original image. This can be used to create new images that capture the same style, even if the original image is not used.

Clip Interrogator works in a similar way, but takes a longer time to run. Describe is much faster and provides more useful results. This makes it much easier for users to find the perfect image for their project.

In conclusion, prompt reverse engineering is an incredibly useful tool for anyone looking to create images that match a particular style. Midjourney's Describe feature makes it easy to take an existing image and reverse engineer the prompt for it. This feature is also useful for understanding art styles and provides helpful suggestions for creating new images. With Describe, users can quickly and easily create images that capture the same style as their original source.

3. Tutorial

0:01 Hey, I'm going to teach you about prompt reverse engineering. So this is a new feature in MidGeni called describe. The way it works is you just type in describe and then you can you know, an existing picture and hit enter.

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