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Getting a more balanced lit render using Gamma 2.2
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(26-02-2019, 03:03 PM)Jayne Hiddleston Wrote: thanks guys but i posted it because im so unhappy with it  Crazy2 the bleached tall oven housing cabinets and how dark the render is in the hallway towards back of the room. I need to have a go with these gamma settings and see how i get on

Oh sorry... I miss-read it thinking you used it LOL....

I recorded a macro in Serif Photoplus but you can even use Serif Pageplus to automatically apply 0.4545 to the textures. I always add "Gamma 0-4545" to the end of the new edit so I always have the unedited original...

   

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#20
If you email me the drawing I will have a quick look at it with regard to light brightness and materials etc...

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#21
Just scanned over your render and to get a more balanced render you could reduce the outside light by using glass and reduce it's transparency as in reality no glass is fully transparent as window glass is between 85-90%.... so use 0.85-0.95 in ArtiCAD as this helps curb overbright exterior lighting that lowers the brightness of the interior as the Tone Mapping causes this... just like if you hold a camera upto light source everything else goes darker around it.
   

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#22
Thanks Daz thats really helpful, will have a go at this  ThumbUp

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#23
don't waste your time.
it looks spot on, get the presentation and the sale done.  ThumbUp


(or they will only go and buy from someone showing just elevations anyway  Th_ROFLMAO  Tongue1  )

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#24
Are we all in danger of overdoing this whole render thing? We all have a finite time on this planet and it's all too easy to not spend enough time just getting out there and smelling the flowers.

I say this as a person who is spending far too much time on renders now I have my new toy.

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#25
I hear you all guys and certainly take it all on board. I think deep down this is a career path i want to pursue in the future, working with companies rather than to the client, producing renders for them so I'm probably more interested in a better quality render than I should be.

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#26
In which case you're using the wrong software.  Wink2

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#27
i know i know.....  Battered

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