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Wish all you guys have a nice Monday!

Attic.jpg Preset:3_interior_high

White Balance:6500

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Fantastic! [thumb]

Where did you get the cat? [wink]

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It originally comes from a V-ray discussing community.

 
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Cool - thanks!


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Cat makes a great addition. The white balance numbers are very helpful. Thinking of trying that for some warm sun effects.

Update.
I have photoshop along with camera RAW. I can adjust the white balance in Camera RAW but only in + or - increments of 1. Is there a way to assign the numerical value in photoshop?

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I have photoshop along with camera RAW. I can adjust the white balance in Camera RAW but only in + or - increments of 1. Is there a way to assign the numerical value in photoshop?


I'm sorry because I have poor skills of PhotoShop.

Instead,I think PIE is enough for me to deal with all my rendering results.

But I assume there are lots of members here can give you good suggestions.

So I upload the raw image of this case.

Hopefully, there will be someone give you a hand and share the settings of PhotoShop.



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Very nice indeed, and its great to know your using only PIE !😉 The lamps bring a bit of a strange green tint tho..  and its a shame you have a small AA issue on the floor.

Great work!

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Awesome.
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For me, the problem is the backlighting on the ladder (it looks like it has some LED strips on that face) but other than that is a great render, Zeus, thanks for sharing.

 

I need to make some experiments using PIE


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Great work, Zeus!
I love the way you light up the scene. very nice mood...

You say in other posts you use a LEM most of the time at the outside to light up the scene and with ~ 30 lightpower. I guess the LEM is hidden here and you didn't PP the landscape, because it's reflected in the glass.
Would you tell us in this case what the dimensions are of the LEM?

And what I personally find interesting is the amount of time it took you to build this scene?
Personally I still struggle with the price I can ask for a interior render, considering the time it will take me.

Thanks in advance.
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