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Comment by Maciej on March 20, 2020 at 12:58am

Peter, thank you for your answwer.

As far as 0,6 cloudness is concerned, I used to work in Alton/Hampshir for couple of years... It is real, I guess, but, honestly, I liked it...   :)

You mean real world settings - with sun and auto sky or a specific hdr file
Besides, I am not very familiar with channels - maybe a link with some clues how to deal with it? 

PS - you are absolute nr 1 in my privat ranking concerning interior lights.  :)

Comment by Peter Milner on March 19, 2020 at 8:16am

I usually use real world settings.

Cloudiness is set to 0.6 which is quite optimistic for England.

Interior lights are put on a separate lighting channel so that I can play with the balance of lighting between interior and exterior sources at the end.

Finally there's always a bit of Photoshop tweaking with curves and glare etc.

Comment by Maciej on March 18, 2020 at 12:48am


The perfect light. I envy... Could you please send me the settings?



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