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Zeus

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Hey~guys~Good morning~

As tile, I'm going to share my experience of this case. 

Honestly, I rarely adjusted "Vignetting" for my renderings before.

But this time, it really does well.

Here is a raw image conducted by using preset:3_interior_high.
Skycrapter-raw.jpg 
And I usually adjust parameters as below settings.
Skycrapter-raw-adjustment.png  Skycrapter-raw-pie.jpg 
As you can see, there are no big problems with those settings.

But I'm trying to do more details to make the final result looks better.
So I adjust "Vignetting" to make corners of this image a little bit darker.
Skycrapter-1-adjustment.png  Skycrapter-1.jpg 
Does it look better than the first one?
The answer you choose!

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That is a tough one for me.  I like them all.  There is a subtle difference between 2 and 3 near the edges.  But I think the raw one looks pretty good as well.
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I love the Vignette feature! I use it on most of my images.
I also tend to use Sharpen as well. It’s particularly good with exteriors and grass.

Normally I adjust levels, contrast, brightness, vignette and sharpen.

For a more artistic, impressionistic effect, I also adjust white balance and reduce saturation. You can get some really nice subtle effects.

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I also tend to use Sharpen as well. It’s particularly good with exteriors and grass.

Normally I adjust levels, contrast, brightness, vignette and sharpen.

For a more artistic, impressionistic effect, I also adjust white balance and reduce saturation. You can get some really nice subtle effects.


Nice tips for all of us.

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Originally Posted by davew
That is a tough one for me.  I like them all.  There is a subtle difference between 2 and 3 near the edges.  But I think the raw one looks pretty good as well.


Thanks for your compliments.
And you have a keen eye to identify the differences.

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Thank you for that post Zeus. I realized I never adjust vignetting either. But after seeing the difference between the first and second image, I will definitely give it a try on my next render.
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