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aaronnohren

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I'd really like to see the settings on this model - lighting, texture adjustments, preset settings, etc.  I've processed a fair amount of interior renders and I haven't experienced anything that comes out this well balanced without a lot of artificial LEMs and PP.
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Natstar, 

Beautiful!
It’s obvious that you payed great attention to details. Indeed, it’s perfect. Thank you for sharing. 
I’d like to ask where I can access all the books. I didn’t find so many of them in Podium’s library. I’ll appreciate your advice. 
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Thanks for your comments Andres, Aaron and Theresa.

Aaron, the preset I used was the new one from Jim ("bigstick") which is the new HDR default interior preset, Jim posted it on the forum where you can download it, I then used Photoshop to adjust the lighting. I also used a faint line overlay. I have not used LEM's in this model, everything is lit with natural sunlight.

Theresa most of the books are from the Browser the rest are from the 3D Warehouse, just search books, there are lots, you have to sort throught the good models and bad ones, best to clean the models up before putting them in your own model.

This render was trying different light fitings,

SU Podium 1 - Nat Ellis.jpg   

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I'm glad you made excellent use of it Nat [biggrin]
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link for the presets: (I was curious)

http://supodiumforum.websitetoolbox.com/post/new-interior-preset-for-testing-8261163?highlight=hdr+default+interior+preset&pid=1293635177


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Hi,

I have been using an old model to test field of depth, here is the render using the HDR preset.

Field of Depth model - V3a.jpg 

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Stunning work Nat - this needs to be in the Gallery!
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holy Shi!!

That second image may be the best render I have ever seen(scene) produced by podium.

If I did not recognize the library parts I might have thought it was a photo.



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also, Jim 
where are the latest and greatest presets posted?

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Here you go: http://supodiumforum.websitetoolbox.com/post/hdr-presets-8429390?pid=1294959423

These are the HDR presets. HDR versions of all the usual ones. Except preview I think. I never use those. Better and faster to render to a lower resolution...

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DOF images... Nice! especially the black and white. I'm a big fan of black and white.
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