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Amigos: estoy trabajjando sobre una representacion nocturna, pero como saben apenas voy en el proceso de aprendizaje del programa. Surgen algunas dudas ojala alquien pudiera darme tips.... Cual seria la condicion de iluminacion indicada (exterior, iluminacion interio, etc)? que parametros de luz? en fin todas las dudas qeu surgen cuando qeuremos llegar a una representacion aceptable. Gracias

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I assume you're talking about an exterior scene at night.  There are many ways to do this (try to use accurate lighting values when possible)-- the most important setting for night renderings is to turn down the brightness quite a bit.  For this example, which has a single 1700 lumen source,  I did the following:

 

  • Started with the Exterior preset.
  • Turned the sun off.
  • Turned lights on.
  • Changed the number of Channels to 2.
  • Set the Visible background to black.
  • Rendered.
  • Set channel 0 to 0.001 (1/1000 of the daytime sky).
  • Set the Brightness to -0.35
  • Set the Saturation to 0.85 to mimic night vision.

Gracias Roy, voy trabajando con tus consejos. Hasta ahora estos son los resultados. 310 pases 7

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