Dumb question time: Turn an existing object into an area light?
ghostship last edited by
@piersyf awesome! The kitchen needs a light fixture in the ceiling. you could hide an area light there.
piersyf last edited by
Yes it does. I haven't done any of the light fixtures yet.
And an overnight render with materials changes and another light over the dining table.
Miss B last edited by
@Glitterati3D This is shaping up nicely Traci.
@Miss-B Thanks, MissB!
shvrdavid last edited by
Looking better all the time Traci !
@shvrdavid Thanks, Scott!
jura11 last edited by
I always use one infinite light acted as sun with raytraced shadows and 2-3 area lights,usually I'm putting them behind windows and this is working,we could use only EnvSphere but Poser doesn't use or have any kind of exposure control in camera settings,if this we will have then using only one or two lights or no lights at all will be lot easier
Here are few renders,in this scene I didn't used any lights only EZDome
In this one I've used as usually one infinite light,three area lights which are behind the windows
I always recommend to use another light source in interior scenes,using only Skydome/EZDome or EnvSphere in closed environment sometimes doesn't work,if yes then in other renderers where you can control exposure
Hope this helps