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Vanity view of the master bathroom in Country villa.

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Comment by akinlolu olugboji on January 1, 2011 at 4:04am
Did anyone notice, the background not reflecting in the vanity mirror? I know Peter came up with this some time back, what am not sure of is a solution or work around was found.
Comment by akinlolu olugboji on January 1, 2011 at 4:01am

That is what I found out too. Now my interiors have no more that five lights in any given scene. The rest of the fixtures I add glow to, to give the impression of ilumination. 

 

Walls stays whiter this way too. A lot of rendering time is killed with lower number of lights.

 

Yet to get round to using Hdri and sun.

Comment by mike makki on January 1, 2011 at 3:21am

less lighting ...is the better effect,i would lose the picture on the wall ,and make cream walls

that`s just my taste.

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