Images are an important part of any website or blog post. They help break up the text, make your content more visually appealing, and can even help improve your search engine optimization (SEO). But finding the perfect image to use on your site can be challenging, especially if you want to avoid using generic stock photos. That’s where ImgCreator.ai comes in.

ImgCreator.ai is a new AI-powered tool that allows you to create original, high-quality images for your website or blog posts easily and quickly. ImgCreator.ai does not need to worry about copyright infringement or paying for expensive stock photos. Plus, since all of the images created with ImgCreator.ai are unique, they can help improve your SEO by giving you an edge over your competitors using generic images.

Whether you’re developing a travel, cooking, or eCommerce site, you may use original and high-quality photos to improve your SEO. Discover eight ways to utilize AI technology’s power.

How ImgCreator.ai Works

ImgCreator.ai is very easy to use. Simply enter a keyword related to the topic of your website or blog post, and ImgCreator.ai will generate a list of potential images for you to choose from. You can continue to generate more images by tweaking the input texts by adding more specific details or descriptive words.

Once you’re happy with the results, simply download the image and upload it to your website or blog post. It’s that easy!

Tips for Generating High-Quality Images with ImgCreator.ai

When using ImgCreator.ai, there are a few things to keep in mind to generate high-quality images:

Be specific with your keywords.

The more specific you are, the more accurate the results will be.

When generating images, be as specific as possible. You can use commas to add more keywords instead of entering a long-form sentence.

If you just enter a simple description such as “a bullfrog,” the result will be very random and might not be the one you want.

Instead, typing in “a realistic photo of a green bullfrog, sitting on a rock, close up, by the creek, 4:3, 4K” will create a much more controlled and accurate image.

Try to generate things that are common on the internet

Given that ImgCreator.ai is trained with data found on the internet, this should be a no-brainer. It is most familiar with items well documented or discussed on the internet.

However, this also means that if the particular object or topic you are trying to generate or create is not widely available or has a little date on the internet, the results might also be less than desirable. But as long as the object you requested is somewhat common and contemporary (for example, legos, smartphones, cars, bridges, tall buildings), you will be in good hands.

Prompt “toilet lego set”

toilet lego set

Use exact number if multiple objects need to be created

If you want to generate multiple objects in your scene or image, use an exact number. For example, if you want a photo of 3 dogs playing in the park, type in “3 dogs playing fetch in the green park”.

However, using only the plural modifier, “dogs playing fetch in the green park,” could generate 2 or 3 dogs or even a pack of dogs. If you don’t specify the details, you leave them to chance, and the chance of receiving an image with good quality is, unfortunately, low.

Use famous artists as a reference for style

If you like a particular artist’s style, you can include the artist’s name in the prompt to generate an image with a similar style.

A prompt with “Cyberpunk art by Pablo Picasso” generates the following image that is similar to Pablo Picasso’s style

Cyberpunk art by Pablo Picasso

If you’re a fan of Claude Monet or are interested in impressionism, adding famous impressionist painters’ names like “Edgar Degas, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Mary Cassatt” can result in some fascinating results.

green rocket flying into space by claude monet

Prompt “a hyper-detailed oil painting of Robert DeNiro by Claude Monet; anatomically correct; trending on artstation”

a hyper-detailed oil painting of Robert DeNiro by Claude Monet; anatomically correct; trending on artstation

Use photography terms to further customize generated images

Because ImgCreator.ai learns from photographers posting all kinds of photographs online, you can get similar results by adding specific photography terminologies in the prompt.

Think in terms of focal length, type of lens, camera angle, resolution, etc. You can generate a full range of possibilities by including the following :

framing

close-up, wide shot, macro, portrait

film time

black & white, sepia

shoot context

studio, outdoors

lighting conditions

sunset, morning, golden hour, cloudy

device

Nikon D810, iPhone 13 Pro Max

Lens & Configuration

Sigma 85mm F/1.4, Sigma 24mm F/8

note: the bigger the aperture number, the clear your background will be

You can even specify shutter speed :

Sigma 24mm f/8, 1/10 sec shutter – this would generate motion blur commonly seen on slow shutter speed photography

If you are familiar with camera photography, you can create a photo-realistic shot with the camera settings you want.

Here is an example for the prompt ” Dancing people in the evening, seen from the back, sunset, Canon EOS 1000D, ƒ/3.5, Focal length: 18.0 mm, Exposure time: 1/5, ISO 400, Flash on”

Dancing people in the evening, seen from back, sunset, Canon EOS 1000D, ƒ/3.5, Focal length: 18.0 mm, Exposure time: 1/5, ISO 400, Flash on

Prompt “vfx movie couple in a train station flat color profile low – key lighting cinematography atmospheric

vfx movie couple in a train station flat color profile low - key lighting cinematography atmospheric

Conclusion

If you’re looking for an easy and affordable way to create original and high-quality images for your website or blog posts, look no further than ImgCreator.ai! With this AI-powered tool, you can create unique images that will help improve your SEO and give you an edge over your competition—without worrying about copyright infringement or expensive stock photos. So what are you waiting for? Try ImgCreator today!