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ScottMiDetroitReno

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Learning to work with program still, trying different methods for finish work. This had some post work done in photoshop

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Hi Scott, may I ask you which podium preset you use and which resolution ?
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This one I just used the exterior default I believe since it renders daily fast on my computer. Usually I like the Exterior high or interior high if it is for a client. It just takes almost 2 days to render since my computer is older and I need a new one.
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for just a split second, i thought the first image may be real but then when i realized the no sky and the jaggedness and lights etcetera i realized it wasn't. The 2nd image is unacceptable with that amount of noise. i think it would be decent for a quick render without it though and i liked the colored stylized sky. 
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Try with more realistic FOV; you have almost everything you need for a great render, only needs a nice composition, think as a photographer, how the best photographers take the picture to a building?

 

straight lines, the rule of thirds or some other technique of composition

 

keep the experiments!


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