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Natstar

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Hi, here is a HDRI render I did of a new Marina Office and Cafe we have designed. The project went on hold for a while but is now back up and running, so I had a chance to use the new HDRI feature in Podium as I did not have it when I did the last renders.

This is the Sunset02.hdr with the exterior fine AA HDR preset.

Burry Port - Nat Ellis.jpg 

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I like this very much! Using backlight makes it so much more interesting..
Looks real to me.

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Nat, it's a classic!!  FYI - HDRI Heaven is a really good source of a ton of different lighting solutions.
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Thanks Drawovis and Dave.

Here are a few more renders using alternative HDRI backgrounds rendered with the exterior fine AA HDR preset, both HDRI sunsets are from Podium the other 2 are from Haven HDRI - https://hdrihaven.com/

Burry Port - Proposed - 01.jpg 
Burry Port - Proposed - 03.jpg 
Burry Port - Proposed - 04.jpg 
Burry Port - Proposed - 02.jpg 

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Nice! Lighting is everything. Without it we’d see nothing at all. These are beautiful scenes. So simple yet so much is presented I have been experimenting with the HDRI feature myself and think it has produced some of the best lighting in a scene/rendering. I keep changing images and studying the results. I’m always looking for that right mood or atmosphere and I think the HDRI feature is a great tool for that.

Nice work.

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Looks wonderful! as a point of information: is the real site situated so the sunset is behind the building as the render shows, facing northeast.
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