The company behind the text-to-image AI, Midjourney, has released a new version of its AI equipped with a zoom-out function, where the AI fills in elements in the image that are assumed to be present when zoomed out from the original image.
We have previously seen a similar function in Adobe’s AI Firefly, which is used in their image editing program, Photoshop. When it was released, there were numerous examples of how various album covers and other images would look when zoomed out. Unlike the Firefly version, Midjourney 5.2’s zoom-out function can currently only be used on images originally generated by Midjourney.
In the image series and embedded tweet below, you can see examples of how the function looks with images originally generated by Midjourney.