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Father-daughter time with Midjourney

I rarely get to hang out with either of my kids without the other, but today my daughter and I had some time together. What better way to spend our time together than playing around with Midjourney. In particular, she was especially interested in using the InsightFaceSwap bot to swap faces. If you don't want to read through the official documentation, Olivio Sarikas is a great YouTuber for stuff like this. Taylor may or may not have been used in our experiments, but after some trial and mostly error, we decided to move on to exploring the weird parameter, which was much more fun.

This was my first time playing around with the parameter, which got released at the end of June. I've been seeing some cool results from others, so we gave it a go. Here are some of the results that I thought were pretty good. These all used the same prompt. Anything less than 100 on the weird parameter just wasn't weird enough for us.

ten-year-old girl as a plant --weird 100

Prompting with kids is fun. They always inspire me and, of course, come up with some amazing ideas. If you're playing around with your kids using these tools, I'd love to hear what you're doing. If you feel like sharing results, I'd love to see that too.

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