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beemer535is

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Hi guys, this is my first internal panorama for a client. Understand there are a few issues mainly the outdoor area is too bright and washed out amongst other things. Although far from perfect (or even great) the client was absolutely over the moon that this could be produced for marketing - leaps and bounds ahead of showing someone a plan! Anyway, as always, great work, and it will certainly get far more use (and practice) in the future!
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Nick

Pano here -

http://www.thecampaignco.com.au/unit3/_html5/unit3.html
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Nice! If your client is happy, you are happy, which means we are also [smile]
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Hey - nice render!

You are standing on the sofa and your floor is too reflective, but it's good work [wink]

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hahaha I know... That's how I hang out when I'm not working, just hanging around standing on the sofa! Thanks guys, and no doubt they'll get a bit better (more realistic hopefully) with more time to work with them.
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I forgot to mention the skewed texture on the balcony [wink]
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Beautiful design! Very cool effect, had no idea this software could make a rotating pano thing like that!

Could you or anyone replying on here please check out my post on the main message board from a couple minutes ago?? I really need help ASAP
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-struggling student sneaking homework at a work computer till 5pm haha
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Hi Beemer, Nice work!

I am currently trying to nail down the process for creating panoramas. I notice your lighting is nice and bright and even. Can I ask how you achieved this? Omnis? LEMs? 

I am finding that my Panos come out quite dark in comparison to the still renders I make of the the same model.

I have been using interior bright high preset and my model has both artificial and natural light.

Ant tips would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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Actually the lighting in this scene is all wrong. There is clearly an omni grid which is casting shadows in all the wrong places.

If you want brighter images, use pp, or add hidden LEMs where the source of the natural light would be.

The best solution is the one I think you have been using, and in your case - you're going to turn all the lights on [tongue]

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Left myself wide open for that one[smile]

I will try adding more LEMs.

Kind of curious though that the scene renders darker in panorama than when i just run it normal.

I will trial and error it.

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Please post your tests - I think we'll all find that useful!
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