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ottoman

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Hello to everyone. I can't catch the natural daylight. This is so boring to me. I'm not rendering everything in front of the window. In indoor places, the light is very artificial. I'm getting support from the Lemler. But sometimes it doesn't. If I send you this file, you should render it.

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ottoman

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actually I mean that. The interior lighting is very nice. I want to get this quality render.

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The effect you want to get is not difficult. That's not a fantastic reference render...
You need to make the lamp shades a little transparent, and translucent.

Change the colour of your lights and use the 'soft omnis' option as well.

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ottoman

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I could do that. I listened to your suggestions. But my computer is ryzen 2700 × processor. I need to get into the intel processor. Single core event is very disturbing. Razzle

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The and 😃

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I'm sorry but I don't understand your point about the CPU.

This has nothing to do with single vs multi-core CPUs.

It has everything to do with your colour balance and how you are setting up your lights, or your post-processing in the image editor.

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