Testing the IMAJINN WordPress plugin beta

European village in low mountain valley in autumn with a stream running through it, oil painting, award winning, by Albert Bierstadt, insanely detailed and intricate, hypermaximalist, elegant, ornate, hyper realistic, super detailed

So, I’ve recently been made aware of the emerging world of AI-generated images. Obviously, I’ve not gotten in on the ground floor of this phenomenon, as the array of options is already pretty wide. It would appear (maybe?) that IMAJINN is the first in this sphere to facilitate the generation and insertion of these images within a WordPress plugin – specifically a Gutenberg block. While I don’t use Gutenberg much because I develop in Divi, I do happen to use it here on my blog and it is a good platform for content creation.

This particular image was created with the text: European village in low mountain valley in autumn with a stream running through it because that’s where I live (southern Alsace, France in the foothills of the Vosges mountains) and I wanted to see how it might compare to my reality. I chose the parameters “Oil Painting” for the style, Albert Bierstadt for the artist style and “Detailed & Intricate” for the style modifier. There are a bunch of choices for each of these parameters so lots to explore here.

I like the image but it doesn’t match my reality, which is probably to be expected since Bierstadt is more of a “romantic” painter in his style and romantic doesn’t equal reality all the time!

The beta program is accessible here: https://infiniteuploads.com/imajinn/ and comes with 100 free image credits (this one cost 6 credits).

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