Sedna, a dwarf planet discovered in just 2003 has a red colour probably from a surface made from hydrocarbon sludge. Being so far from the sun in reflects mainly starlight.
The following shot shows the rings of Uranus which only absorb light and are not normally seen. We just used an opacity pass here of the rings to block out the stars behind.
The Saturn shot shows how the light reflected from the rings actually light up the dark side of the planet.
Another earth shot at the end worked up in fusion by Graham.
Compositing in Fusion and After Effects by Stephen Waugh and Graham Stott.