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Amigos, quisiera poder lograr reflejos como el de la imagen que adjunto como ejemplo (esta imagen la hicieron en Vray). Hasta ahora he obtenido reflejos aceptables empleando cielos HDRI, sin embargo, al probar las condiciones de luz Exterior (Preestablecia) me da mejores resultados de iluminacion pero pierdo los reflejos de las ventanas. alguien sabe como obtener los reflejos? Saludos

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I would use an accurate HDR + direct sun combination.  The HDR will probably need to be calibrated to compete with the direct sunlight (typically its strength will need to be increased.)  The strength of the direct sunlight component will likely need to be reduced a little.

Keep in mind that the local shading conditions are also important.  The reflections show up as well as they do in your example drawing because the building is in heavy shade and quite dark.

Ok. Tengo unos HDRi de VizPeople. Para obtener buenos resultados, cuanto debo bajar el sol? cuanto aumentar el HDRI? Esta opcion afecta los canales alfa? Gacias por tan pronta respuesta

Hola Jorge,  (no creo que esta respuesta aporte), sin embargo alli va,  hasta ahora el mejor resultado que he visto es bajar la intensidad del sol a 0,4 y  calibrando el HDR,  ahora lo que si creo es que se pierde la calidad de la iluminación que  da el pre-establecido. Supongo que tendremos que ensayar hasta lograr el efecto deseado.

Gracias Alex.... tienes razon: ensayo y error. Saludos

Hola Jorge! Tambien podrias renderizar con sol y HDR en diferentes canales y usar el image editor para calibrar los diferenes aportes de uno y otro, sin renderizar tantas veces. Igualmente, si pones el mismo HDR como fondo de la vista en otro canal, luego en PS puedes ajustar la intensidad del mismo. Saludos

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