SU Podium Forum
Sign up Calendar Latest Topics
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
Coachwood2680

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 70
Reply with quote  #1 
Hello all,

I just completed some renderings for a small bathroom interior, dark and light options.
I'm not experienced with interior shots with no natural light, all artificial light so it took a while.
No post-processing as yet, straight from podium.

Looking for any critique.

Cheers,
Jarred

Attached Images
png Bathroom Interior - Idea #1 2019-10-23 18104900000.png (11.42 MB, 183 views)
png Bathroom Interior - Idea #1 2019-10-23 16174600000.png (10.86 MB, 131 views)

JustinSlick

Avatar / Picture

Moderator
Registered:
Posts: 626
Reply with quote  #2 
They look awesome, both really nice looking images. Really good results considering they only use artificial light.

Sampling did work out a lot better on the dark version... there are only two minor spots that bother me on that one (sort of parallel to one another along the left and right wall/ceiling intersection).  Do you have Photoshop or Krita or something? It would be fairly easy to brush those out with the clone stamp or healing brush.

White version has a lot more light splotches.  Are you using interior_high, or QMC? 


__________________
What's New in SU Podium?
What's New in Podium Browser?
Coachwood2680

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 70
Reply with quote  #3 
Thanks Justin,

Good eye. Yes, I do have photoshop, I will have a play around with it.

I am using QMC at 4000x2000 pixels. What would you suggest?

Cheers.
Coachwood2680

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 70
Reply with quote  #4 
Slightly different model. With Interior Fine AA

Attached Images
jpeg Bathroom Interior - Idea #1 2019-10-25 00292600000-01.jpeg (99.88 KB, 97 views)

bigstick

Avatar / Picture

Moderator
Registered:
Posts: 10,942
Reply with quote  #5 
These are great images! I mean really excellent [thumb]

The pale image suffers from some 'fireflies' in the background and arguably QMC would be a better preset for this.
Technically otherwise I think you have done everything extremely well.

I love simple images like this because there is nowhere to hide. Everything has to be just right, and it's a great learning exercise.

You might benefit from reducing the image size but maintaining a high dpi. That should eliminate the graininess. Thereafter it's all about post-processing!

Photoshop is possibly not the best tool for this. After Effects and Lightroom are what a lot of professionals use for editing photography. Arguably what you have here is in effect a 'digital photograph'. You are not really adding anything, you are just changing the tonemapping and overall appearance.

After Effects is used by the motion picture industry. Lightroom is used by professional photographers. Both applications specialise in enhancing digital images.
Photoshop specialises in digital painting and creating digital imagery.



__________________

That which does not kill us makes us stronger
-Friedrich Nietzsche

Coachwood2680

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 70
Reply with quote  #6 
Thanks mate, glad you like them.

Great tips. I will look into getting Lightroom I think
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.