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I dropped the image quality. photos I shared on instagram. I've dropped the pixels due to file size. Supodium V2.5 plus and image editor are used. Since the rooms are very small, they were taken around 50 around the wide angle. In some places the light is overstated.

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Really skilled work. The first 2 images are a lot better than the others though.

Image 2 in particular is fantastic. Image 1 is a little over-lit but has a really nice subtle quality. There is a lot of skill here - well done [thumb]

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Thank you so much. But most of the supodium browser materials are medium. I would have expected better. The chesterfield seat is terrible ım I hope they make better products.
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You're right about some of the Browser components - the polygon count is very carefully controlled.

Most are good from a distance, but if you want furniture close to the camera, you need something from a site like Designconnected.

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Yes this site is very good .. but it supports 3dmax. Paid for sketchup. On the most beautiful side of 3dmax, this seems like ☺ they have a lot of material. The program with a very long history.
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It supports Sketchup files too. They work well with Podium when the materials are configured.

There is a lot of free stuff!

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I really like your use of a shallow focal plane in image #2! Well done.
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Thank you tommy
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Wow #2 really looks great!

The third one is very natural looking -- don't know if you noticed but the outlines of the leaves are visible on the plant on the left.

Very few people would notice it, but it's probably best to hide any plants that use .png transparency before exporting your line overlay layer. 


Would you mind if we feature one or two of these on the Podium Facebook page?  I'll credit you however you want, if you have a website or business page you want me to link.

Thanks!

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I noticed the plant now. 😃
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