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Wanting to know more about Bing Image Creator? We’ve got you covered right here.
Since the worldwide success of ChatGPT, both Microsoft Edge and Google have made their own artificial intelligence chatbots. Bing AI, built upon ChatGPTs large language model (LLM) and released this year, has developed its AI image generator software. All users need is a free Microsoft account to access the new Bing AI image creator.
With no waitlist or download process, you can get onto Bing Image AI instantly and start editing and creating artwork. Similarly to other AI art generators like Stable Diffusion and Midjourney, Bing AI uses text-to-image generation where the user inserts text prompts to create and make images.
The AI image generator, OpenAI DALL-E was used to form the Bing image creator tool. The powerful tool has had advanced training and through the use of OpenAI’s dall-e model, offers users a slick and efficient experience to create their illustrations.
So let’s get straight into it.
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How to use Bing Image Creator – step-by-step
Open Bing Image Creator
To access Bing Image Creator, you do not need a Microsoft Edge account. Just open your web browser and head to Bing.com/create. Click Join & Create.
Either log in or create a Microsoft account to access the Bing art generator.
Enter your prompt
It’s time to enter creative mode. Enter your prompt in the chat bar next to the Create button.
Look through the Explore Ideas section for inspiration on different art styles. Take note, giving a detailed description of the image that you want will contribute to more accurate results
Simple as that! Check out the results that Bing Image Creator has produced.
Happy? Go ahead and Share, Save, Download or Provide Feedback by clicking on the image.
Hopefully now you are ready to start creating with Bing Image Creator. If you are keen to know more about AI image generation, it would be worth checking out Midjourney and other image generating software.