AccuRender nXt

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Residential Dining Room + Kitchen

Rendered using Path Tracer + Acad 2008 + Separate Lighting Channels for Day and Night Shot.

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Comment by Esau on September 2, 2012 at 6:00am

Fantastic! What values have you used for the flooring?

Comment by Sampdoria on December 20, 2011 at 4:46am

Thanks guys. Marc, c'est tres facile, a scene like this takes a long time to resolve (Interior Daylight).

- So what I do is render the scene as a mutli level custom scene with lights on as well as sunlight.

- I of course separate the lights, sunlight and sky in separate channels.

- What the artificial lights help us do is, is light the interiors (away from the window) much better than than sunlight. On the other hand, the sunlight lights up the areas near the windows much better. Both are real world situations.

- After the render is complete, I vary each light channel and save the images.

- I then compose them on Photoshop until a perfect balance is achieved.

- Remember, you can also render a pure night interior and daylight interior and compose them as well. The first method is great because you only render once! :)

I will look for the PSD and see if the layers are present so I can post screens here.

Cheers

Comment by Marc Chaumier on December 20, 2011 at 4:01am

Good job, very natural! Can you explain the "night and day shot"? Thanks.

Comment by Alejandro Testa on December 20, 2011 at 3:56am

Nice work. 

Comment by Sampdoria on December 19, 2011 at 10:52pm

Thanks Aliu - I have rendered this image as a night and day shot and composed them in Photoshop so theres less grain and more ambiance.

Comment by ALIU N. LANRE on December 19, 2011 at 9:15pm

KUDOS! THIS IS FINE

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