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31 Aug 2017 00:59

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31 Aug 2017 19:50

Just a screenshot of the edge of the universe from 0.9.7.3. Nothing special. 
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31 Aug 2017 20:24

Aborygen wrote:
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I don't know how you're doing this, but your photos look amazing, exactly which values in main-user cnfg are you changing to get this kind of quality?
 
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31 Aug 2017 23:35

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That's quite the lens flare! :o
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31 Aug 2017 23:44

Postcards...

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Well... not my best landing...
 
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01 Sep 2017 07:15

LightShader wrote:
I don't know how you're doing this, but your photos look amazing, exactly which values in main-user cnfg are you changing to get this kind of quality?

Tbh especially in the case of planets i use almost all values, but in the case of nebules just simply trick. Just add some more stars and change galaxies parameters to brighter or darker and try to make it look nice.
For example I will use my previous work.
This is before i even touch values:
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and this is after:
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01 Sep 2017 13:28

Aborygen wrote:
LightShader wrote:
I don't know how you're doing this, but your photos look amazing, exactly which values in main-user cnfg are you changing to get this kind of quality?

Tbh especially in the case of planets i use almost all values, but in the case of nebules just simply trick. Just add some more stars and change galaxies parameters to brighter or darker and try to make it look nice.
For example I will use my previous work.
This is before i even touch values:
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and this is after:
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Even without changing values, it looks kind of nice. But afer is even more beautiful. I think I will try that in the future. And 0.99 is going to have some good options to make pictures like this one! 
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02 Sep 2017 00:26

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02 Sep 2017 00:33

Marko S. wrote:
Aborygen wrote:
LightShader wrote:
I don't know how you're doing this, but your photos look amazing, exactly which values in main-user cnfg are you changing to get this kind of quality?

Tbh especially in the case of planets i use almost all values, but in the case of nebules just simply trick. Just add some more stars and change galaxies parameters to brighter or darker and try to make it look nice.
For example I will use my previous work.
This is before i even touch values:
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and this is after:
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Even without changing values, it looks kind of nice. But afer is even more beautiful. I think I will try that in the future. And 0.99 is going to have some good options to make pictures like this one! 

I could use a tutorial too- I want my star colors more contrasty and saturated as well as nebulae and galaxies and clusters!
 
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02 Sep 2017 00:38

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Nice one.
 
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