Author Topic: Lighting Guidance  (Read 386 times)

2022-04-18, 13:24:49

manish

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Hello Artists, We are trying to achieve photorealism, please guide us with the reference image attached below. thank you and regards.

2022-04-18, 22:39:33
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Philip kelly

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Try a HDRI.
Tough job the architecture is not great.
Lot of detail to the surrounding also needed, and or a photo to match it into.
Furniture and planting to the balconies.

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2022-04-19, 07:46:20
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manish

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Hello Philip,
       I have composed this view and tried an HDRI as well, still I'm having difficulties achieving photorealism. can you please provide me with such guidance so that I can make it more realistic. thank you for your respond.
      Regards , Manish.

2022-04-19, 11:07:09
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I think the lighting arguably is the only thing that actually IS photorealistic in your image. You can try different HDRIs, or parametric sun and sky, but most it can do, is to change the mood of your rendering and not add or detract photorealism to/from it. You need to work on other aspects of the render, like models, materials, details, signs of tear and wear and so on. Currently your scene is very sterile, you need to add more life in it if you want more realism.
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2022-04-19, 12:16:07
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One thing that catches my eye is the vertical not straight.
Attached.
The images is pretty good now.

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2022-04-29, 14:50:53
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One thing that catches my eye is the vertical not straight.
Attached.
The images is pretty good now.
That was the first thing that jumped out to me too ;)
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