New Interior Visualisation - Comparison opinion

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noelyone
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New Interior Visualisation - Comparison opinion

Post by noelyone » Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:37 pm

Hi guys

I'm curious as to which of the two internal renders you prefer. Personally I prefer the less dramatically lit version whereas my client wanted to go with the one with the sun coming in casting multiple shadows. I'd be very interested to know everyone's thoughts because if the consensus is they prefer the dramatic version then I might have to go with this aesthetic for future renders :o

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Re: New Interior Visualisation - Comparison opinion

Post by Zom-B » Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:14 pm

I'd say you use the incoming Sun version but divide sun & sky via LightLayer.
Now you reduce the sun power so its less dominating but stays interesting :)
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Re: New Interior Visualisation - Comparison opinion

Post by noelyone » Fri Nov 15, 2019 12:49 am

Good tip, thanks ZomB!

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Re: New Interior Visualisation - Comparison opinion

Post by Oscar J » Fri Nov 15, 2019 5:02 am

I prefer the sunshine one. Zom-B made a good suggestion - there are also other HDRIs that might throw slightly less sharp and contrasty shadows into the interior (it slightly interferes with the interior design.)

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Re: New Interior Visualisation - Comparison opinion

Post by noelyone » Sat Nov 16, 2019 12:49 am

Hi Oscar

Thanks for your reply! Could you send me the name of the website where you get your HDRIs please? I think I need to upgrade the ones I have :-)

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Re: New Interior Visualisation - Comparison opinion

Post by burnin » Sat Nov 16, 2019 6:04 am

Sunny one, as it gives more lively, dynamic impression.

also, along using Light layers, take care of reflections (with bright outdoor, interior doesn't reflect as much as in your image)

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Re: New Interior Visualisation - Comparison opinion

Post by Paraket » Sun Nov 24, 2019 9:39 am

Hi!

I like the multiple shadows :)

Maybe you should try adding volumetric lighting, and dust, it works on the CPU and creates a poetic atmosphere. Good air for this was done by Zalevskiy.

There is an interesting example of work by user yonosoy
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=12049&start=150#p142494
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=12049&start=165#p142869

You can also make it a little livelier by adding an unreadable interesting magazine casually laid on the table. Or a cup of coffee with a cake. Or you can use the cat sleeping on the couch. Cat fur can be obtained in 15 minutes in any available render in a separate layer, for further blending in Photoshop.

Well, you can put a tall plant in a tub, for example a monstera or something from the Strelitzia family. With simple thin material, you get the luxurious light transmission effect through the leaves.

And I would recommend using the gobo texture of the tree to enrich your shadows. This brings a very dramatic effect.

If your artistic vision gravitates to the second option - make a rain outside the window, with luxurious wet and slightly fogged glasses, and aperture diffraction on street lamps.

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