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It's really important to choose the right Model to use when generating the image. The result image highly depends on this choose, so you may try different Models!
Any referenced name that you can use when making requests to the server

The subject is the focal-point of our image – the main object we want to depict. Subject description: 1girl, woman, petite.
AI Image prompt. Subject description: <code>1girl, woman, petite, ...</code>

Desired atmosphere of the image: happy, sad, ...
AI Image prompt. Subject Emotions: <code>happy</code>

The medium refers to the materials or tools an artist uses to create their work. It can include things like oil paint, watercolors, charcoal, pencil, etc. We can direct Stable Diffusion to reproduce a particular medium by specifying it in our prompt. Many models are created to reproduce a specific medium, and may not need additional prompting to achieve the desired effect. Medium: watercolor painting, ...
AI Image prompt. Medium: <code>watercolor painting</code>

Style defines the artistic style of our image. Examples of style include impressionism, realism, pop-art, surrealism, etc. Similarly to the Medium, many models produce a specific style and may not require additional tokens to produce the desired style effect. Style: impressionist background, ...
AI Image prompt. Style: <code>impressionist background, ...</code>

Composition describes how the various elements of the image are arranged within the artwork to create a pleasing result. This may include tokens to control the balance and symmetry of items within the scene, the framing of the image, scale and proportion, and other artistic concepts to make our images exactly as we imagine they should look. Composition: from above, ...
AI Image prompt. Composition: <code>from above, ...</code>

We have full control over both color and lighting in our images. This can include the color of particular items in our scene, or the overall hue. Color: rainbow hue, ...
AI Image prompt. Color: <code>rainbow hue, ...</code>

Similarly, lighting plays a huge part in any artwork, and we can control many aspects of it, including shadows and overall brightness and vibrancy. Lightning: bright, ...
AI Image prompt. Lightning: <code>bright, ...</code>

This is the actual prompt that is going to be sent to AI Engine

The Negative prompt allow us to control what we don’t want to see in our images. Often, stating what we don’t want to see in the Positive prompt has the opposite effect! The solution is to utilize the dedicated Negative Prompt section, to remove undesired features from our images.
No negative prompt:
AI Image prompt. No negative prompt
Negative prompt: smile, teeth, open mouth:
AI Image prompt. Negative prompt: <code>smile, teeth, open mouth</code>

More steps - more iterations will be used by AI to add more details to the image
You can use your own image to generate AI Image based on. Just set it up here. Max size is 2 Megabytes
The CFG scale adjusts how much the image looks closer to the prompt and/ or input image. If CFG Scale is greater, the output will be more in line with the input prompt and/or input image, but it will be distorted. On the other hand, the lower the CFG Scale value, the more likely it is to drift away from the prompt or the input image, but the better quality.
Unique identifier of the image. You can set up this number when requesting new generation to get the exactly the same result (considering you choose the same with dimensions, model, prompt and negative prompt). Leave empty for random generation.

If you check this checkbox everybody will see images from this Preset on your personal public page (if you set this explicitly for each image also)