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Natstar

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Hi, not much being posted in the Gallery with the render contest going on, so here is a render I have been playing around with for a while. 

I was looking to achieve a lived in space that was realistic and this is the result.

As always a lot of components and textures are from the Podium Browser. I have tried some different PP as shown below.

Podium Render - Nat Ellis -14 + Blur.jpg 


Podium Render - Nat Ellis - 14 - Warm.jpg 


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Hey Nat, this looks great! Really like the square crop too.
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one word...

WOW...

How do you get the lighting so perfect..? post processing in photoshop?

I'd like to turn my images into that quality...for me that's like #NextLevel. 
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Sick....
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Epic stuff Nat, may I add this to the gallery?
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Fantastic work Nat!!
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really beautiful. love the contrast in lighting and love the fact you've cropped the left side through the chair and wall hanging pictures. gives a sense there's more behind the scene. Hurry up and post more........Oh yea. Love the lived in feeling. Not a show home render and that's really nice to see.
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Amazing! thanks for sharing
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Amazing indeed! I prefer the more yellow tint image ( looks more natural to me), but your DoF is very great on the first one!
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Thanks for all your comments.

Jim, please feel free to use it in the gallery.

Here's some black and white images.

Black & White - SU Podium - Nat Ellis.jpg 


In this one below I was trying some DOF in PP


Black & White 02 - SU Podium - Nat Ellis.jpg 


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Oh yes!

Sometimes I think that black and white renders with a little blur and a tiny bit of film grain are possibly the most photographic of all. Not many people do these and I think they are fabulous!

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Perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [love]
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Natstar, 

This is the best image I have seen so far in this form!
I love everything about it, starting with the accurate composition through the black and white final touch....

BRAVO!
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Thanks Aletheia and Tami, I appreciate you comments.

It can be the small details that make the difference, always refer back to real life and set your render up as if you where taking a photo.

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Very Nice Nat! an example to follow!
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