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Oscar

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Hi All.

I typically don’t do many exterior renderings. Here is one that’s still a work in progress. I’d appreciate any feedback on how to improve them. On the exterior views, I get a greenish tint, I assume from the light reflecting off the grass. Any tips on how to reduce or avoid this.

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What preset did you use? by the looks of it, it's too bright.

 

Also you can edit them in PIE or PSD balancing the color (less green or that HUE), saturation, levels, etc.


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You really need to link to individual images of a reasonable size for us to make meaningful comment.

Andres is quite right about the brightness, but with images that size, we can't see enough to help much more constructively.

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In each message use the insert photo button (it's the 5th from the right) it has the best results for showing images on the forum
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Would the HDR settings help because the insides (covered areas) are not too bright but the outside areas definitely are?
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HDR presets would help, but they are not magic. These renders need a lot more attention than just fixing the lighting...
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