–s – Specifies the size of the image in pixels (for example, –s512 for a 512-pixel image).
–uplight – Applies an uplight effect to the rendered image.
–q – Specifies the quality of the generated image on a scale of 1 to 10, where 1 is the lowest quality and 10 is the highest quality (for example, –q7 for intermediate image quality).
–stop – Stops image generation after a specified number of iterations (for example, –stop50 to stop after 50 iterations).
–w – Sets the amount of detail displayed in the rendered image, on a scale of 0 to 1, where 0 is the lowest detail and 1 is the highest detail (for example, –w0.8 for a image with high detail).
–ar – Sets the aspect ratio of the generated image (for example, –ar16:9 for an aspect ratio of 16:9).
–res – Sets the resolution of the generated image, where value is a string representing the desired resolution (for example, –res 1024×768 indicates a resolution that is 1024 pixels wide by 768 pixels high).
–bg-color – Sets the background color of the generated image, where value is a string representing the color in hexadecimal format (for example, –bg-color #FFFFFF indicates a white background).
–fg-color – Sets the primary color of the generated image, where value is a string representing the color in hexadecimal format (for example, –fg-color #000000 indicates a black color).
–color-mode – Sets the color mode of the generated image, where the value can be either “rgb” (red-green-blue) or “lab” (lightness-chrominance) (for example, –color -mode lab indicates the Lab color mode).
–brightness – Adjusts the brightness of the rendered image, where the value is from -100 to 100 (for example, –brightness 50 indicates 50% increased brightness).
–contrast – Adjusts the contrast of the generated image, where the value is from -100 to 100 (for example, –contrast -25 indicates a reduced contrast of 25%).
–gamma – Adjusts the gamma value of the generated image, where the value ranges from 0 to 4 (for example, –gamma 1.5 indicates a gamma value increased by 50%).
–saturation – Adjusts the saturation of the rendered image, where the value is from -100 to 100 (for example, –saturation 75 indicates increased saturation of 75%).
It’s important to note that the combination of these commands can produce very different results depending on the image and style you’re after. It is recommended to experiment with different values and options to get the best result.