(1902—2003) was a German film director, actress, and dancer. She was one of the most prominent and controversial filmmakers of the 20th century and is best known for her documentary films that celebrated Nazi Germany and its leader, Adolf Hitler. Riefenstahl's films, such as "Triumph of the Will" and "Olympiad," used innovative cinematography, dramatic music, and powerful imagery to convey a highly propagandistic message. While her films have been widely criticized for their role in promoting Nazi ideology, Riefenstahl's technical and artistic innovations have been widely admired and continue to influence filmmakers to this day.
Riefenstahl's Midjourney style is all about epicness, with classical monochromatic tones, strong contrast, and powerful compositions.