3D MAX VRAY EXTERIOR LIGHTING TUTORIALS PDF

Tutorial: exterior lighting with vray and 3ds max Hello. I was looking for a long time good solution for illuminating exteriors in vray. Sometimes it was better and sometimes worse. Sometimes a component of the scene looked good, but otherwise just came out wrong.

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Then choose a nice camera position. If you want to make your image brighter then you have two possibilities like you would have with your DSLR-camera as well : You can lower the f-number You can change the shutter speed for the camera Four Most Important Parameters of a Physical Vray Camera Let me explain the four most important parameters of a physical Vray Camera: Shutter speed: Stutter speed can control the brightness of your scene.

A lower shutter speed lets more light reach the photo chip of a DSLR. Or the other way around a faster shutter speed give less light pass — the image becomes darker.

In real life your image can have blur effects when the shutter speed is too long and your scenery is in motion. But in 3ds MAX it will not have an blur effect because nothing is moving.

F-Number: F-number is the parameter of your cameras aperture. White balance: It means to identify the right white color for camera. You can make it neutral in VRay So finally you see that the physical VRay is even more powerfull as a real world DSR camera and does not have some major disadvantages.

Render Setup for VRay and Indirect Lightning After this short detailed description I change some parameters in the Render Setup to achieve a fast, but also realistic result. Here we go! But of course you can also make additional enhancements by changing the shutter speed and f-number at you VRay physical camera directly. Okay here we are in Photoshop. It is self explaining and you will get a feeling for the parameters just by testing these out by yourself.

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The vegetation has been kept to a minimum for fast test renders. Getting the perfect light balance will ensure that our materials and the final scene look amazing from the start. The rendering settings are pretty basic for testing the lighting of our scene. The most important point while choosing HDRI maps is the exposure range. The higher the range, which is measured in f-stops, the better the lighting it provides. Assign the sky map to the texture slot of the Dome light. The placement of the VRay physical camera is also an important step of this process.

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Then choose a nice camera position. If you want to make your image brighter then you have two possibilities like you would have with your DSLR-camera as well : You can lower the f-number You can change the shutter speed for the camera Four Most Important Parameters of a Physical Vray Camera Let me explain the four most important parameters of a physical Vray Camera: Shutter speed: Stutter speed can control the brightness of your scene. A lower shutter speed lets more light reach the photo chip of a DSLR. Or the other way around a faster shutter speed give less light pass — the image becomes darker. In real life your image can have blur effects when the shutter speed is too long and your scenery is in motion. But in 3ds MAX it will not have an blur effect because nothing is moving. F-Number: F-number is the parameter of your cameras aperture.

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It takes a good amount of Training and Knowledge of the tools bundled with it to fully utilize its capabilities. One of the features that I love as a long time 3DS Max user is its built-in lighting set up capability which is way more powerful and easier to use than its counterparts. With the latest 3DS Max versions, which allow you to preview lighting adjustments in real-time, making simple and complicated Lighting set-ups have never been easier. There is also a handful of 3DS Max Lighting Scripts and Plug-ins available to make lighting more of a drag and drop thing thereby speeding the process of completing a project. In this post, I have gathered the most useful 3D Studio Max Lighting Tutorials for you to apply in your own projects and may help you save time and effort.

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