3 Moods of a single Bedroom

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Lal-O
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3 Moods of a single Bedroom

Post by Lal-O » Wed Jun 02, 2021 11:59 am

Hi guys!

Long time without posting anything so, hope you like this set of 3 Bedroom renderings (Daylight,Nightime and ambient light only) .


C&C Welcome.

My best Regards
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Re: 3 Moods of a single Bedroom

Post by MrBlack » Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:27 am

The lighting in that first shot looks really cool.
It looks like someone took the picture with a flash on.

How did you go about doing that, just an invisible light behind the camera?
Willing to share the settings?

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Re: 3 Moods of a single Bedroom

Post by Lal-O » Thu Jul 01, 2021 7:58 am

MrBlack wrote:
Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:27 am
The lighting in that first shot looks really cool.
It looks like someone took the picture with a flash on.

How did you go about doing that, just an invisible light behind the camera?
Willing to share the settings?
Hi MrBlack. Sorry for my late reply :oops:

The result of that lighting is very simple and basic.
As a general lighting i used an almost white Hdri,i placed emitter planes in every window (i have 2) and finally i give more power to the main emitter in the biggest window to "focus" the light in the center of the image. That is all. :D

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Re: 3 Moods of a single Bedroom

Post by rivera-b » Tue Oct 19, 2021 4:29 am

sta chingón

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Re: 3 Moods of a single Bedroom

Post by pixie » Tue Oct 19, 2021 6:10 pm

The last is where the light is better behaved, so to speak! :) In the other two, the exposure is perhaps too much. In my experience, this happens when there are too few lights and the desire to show all the details ends up burning the image. Another thing I could add is to try to understand what the focus of the image is. From there put the emphasis on that item. You can also use some invisible lights so you can fill in the room and give it the fullest detail possible.

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