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House Alteration - Johannesburg

  • Raas-rendering20140903-13579-erob6v

    Environment:Field

    Rendering Quality:Final

    Exposure:Customized

    Render Time:

    Resolution:1500 x 1077

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See animation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdLq3QtxByc
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User_x176

this is awsome. and very useful tips.

about 3 years ago
X176

Thanks Prasert. If you having problems with using artificial lighting only, try adding some Studio lights into the scene. Place one in the middle of each room but not close to any wall ceilings or objects. (Hover in mid air)
In the light settings under Photometrics, use Fluorescent Daylight as Color Preset (K) - as the standard light settings might bring too much yellow into the scene.
Then play with the Image Exposure slidebars to get the right look.
Hope it helps.

about 3 years ago
User_x176

Thank you, Jason. Great, great renderings.

What's your take on artificial lighting in Revit?

Do you have to bump up the wattage or luminous flux tremendously (some ridiculous large number) to get your rendering to be even brighter?

This is something I'm wrestling with in Revit.

Thank you.

about 3 years ago
X176

Thanks for the good comments guys:)
There are really no tricks or secrets to it.
For the Scheme Lighting (before I send it to 360) - Interior Sun & Artificial. I would then load it up using Native Settings. (don't worry if it appears very dark or light for the first time)
I would use the online Re-Render button and choose "field" as an environment. Then render again.
Then do the exposure adjustment once the rendering is done. The Midtones sliding bar was key for this render. (0.76) and the Highlights at (0).
Every view will have its own adjustment settings and it just takes a bit of time to adjust it.
Hope it helps.

about 3 years ago
User_x176

i want to learn how to do render like this one,well done..

about 3 years ago
User_x176

Hi Jason, how do you control lighting without having any artificial light fixtures in the space? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciative

about 3 years ago
X176

Check out the walkthrough animation.

about 3 years ago
X176

See animation:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdLq3QtxByc

about 3 years ago
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Jason Visser
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

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