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  1. Hi everybody, I have an interior scene with VRaySun and VRaySky and some Skyportals, I use a standard camera but with VRay Exposure Control in the Environment Dialogue and I render either with Gamma in the Color Mapping rollout set to 1.0 or 2.2 with the Don't affect colors (adaption only) option ticked. When I add VRayLights to the scene to represent light bulbs they hardly add anything to the overall illumination. I set the Intensity Unit to Luminous power (lm) and test values between 1000 to 3000 lm, from what I gathered from a lamp/light reseller website that's round about what a 100W light bulb has, around 1000lm. But as I said, they hardly brighten the scene at all. The Colour Temperatur I set to round about 2700K, what gives it a yellowish tint. Is this due to that the exposure is set to work for the VRaySun? If you want to brighten a particular part of the image, how would you do that, since the VRayLigts doesn't do much unless I set the lumen to like 50000 or so, but then it looks very strange for it is much brighter closer to the source and falls of vary rapidly; which I guess is due to the Inverse square law. Brighten it up in post? Or use "light cards" (not sure what it's it called) to bounce in extra lights, like photographers do? Thanks, cheer! //Kristoffer
  2. Studio/Institution: None Genre: Commercial Interior Software: Artlantis and Archicad Website: http://www.xelcise.com Description: I study architecture, and made this interior rendering of one of my buildings, what do you think? Any critiques/thoughts appreciated!
  3. Studio/Institution: GWJ Architecture Genre: Commercial Interior Software: Cinema 4D, Vray, Photoshop Website: http://www.gwj.ch Description: Hello everyone! Here is a recent pic i did for my company: It's a conceptual visualization of a mall like building. The model was made in Rhino and then exportet into Cinema 4d. Textured and rendered with Vray. Most of the Textures were lately added in Photoshop. The idea was not to create a Photorealistic image. It should be more like a collage/sketch to create a mood. cheers Yama
  4. Studio/Institution: GAYARRE infografia Client: Orberiber Genre: Residential Exterior Software: VrayforC4D Website: http://Http://www.gayarre.eu Description: One of our last images. A hard work to model the existing vegetation. I hope you like it !
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