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17 Apr 2017 17:18

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18 Apr 2017 01:22

Incredible -- looks completely photorealistic.
 
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18 Apr 2017 02:30

Watsisname, compare it to a couple months ago and it is similar, maybe even improved a bit
took this in February
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I had to rework my reshade to work with the new HDR update and of course adjust in game color settings now that its possible. 
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18 Apr 2017 10:00

generally all planets and moons look like a view through the telescope or camera.
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18 Apr 2017 10:38

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Tried to recreate the upcoming HDR feature in Photoshop
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18 Apr 2017 10:47

Some really cool images lately. :)
 
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18 Apr 2017 14:10

Mars.jpg
 
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18 Apr 2017 17:03

it's been a while since i posted some, so here are a few images from my experiences:   
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i'd post more but i don't want to flood this page JUST yet.
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18 Apr 2017 17:06

Bambusman, your images look heavily processed.
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19 Apr 2017 02:43

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Source of the post Bambusman, your images look heavily processed.

thats the work of reshade, this is what it looks without it:
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► with reshade
 
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19 Apr 2017 03:28

Bambusman wrote:
Source of the post thats the work of reshade, this is what it looks without it:


The non Reshade image still looks strange to me.  Are you using a low fov or some other trick for it?  Not saying it looks bad, just something looks different.

How does Earth look with your Reshade?
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19 Apr 2017 03:45

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Bambusman wrote:
Source of the post thats the work of reshade, this is what it looks without it:


The non Reshade image still looks strange to me.  Are you using a low fov or some other trick for it?  Not saying it looks bad, just something looks different.

How does Earth look with your Reshade?

hmm thats interesting, what excactly looks strange? yes i used low fov zooming in from earth.
this is with normal fov:
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19 Apr 2017 03:55

Bambusman wrote:
Source of the post what excactly looks strange?

That Earth image looks normal so I suspect it is the fov that was making them look off to me.
For comparison sake
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19 Apr 2017 04:57

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Source of the post That Earth image looks normal so I suspect it is the fov that was making them look off to me.

By using low FOV the object is indeed flattened. Maybe the effect stands out more with Jupiter because of its bandings
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19 Apr 2017 06:06

here is one with mars, i dont see anything diffrent?
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