Often the best final results come from combining one or more different Lucis images, or elements from one or more Lucis images. In this example I created two versions of the image, one with vibrant color patterns and the other with extreme detail. Then I used opacity and layers in Photoshop to combine the two Lucis images.
To start I created the image with vibrant color pattern using Split Channel mode. I opened the image in Photoshop and duplicated it on two layers. I selected the lower duplicate layer and opened Lucis Pro. I checked Split Channels (to enter Split Channel mode) and unchecked Display Composite Image (so I could view the intensity information in each RGB channel). Then I selected the Red Channel and altered the two sliders until I have a pattern with few details and a good balance of light and dark. I moved the Enhance Detail slider to 109 and the Smooth Detail slider to 39. The two images below show the original grayscale information in the Red Channel and then a preview of the Lucis-enhanced grayscale information in the Red Channel.