Print at Aug 12, 2020, 4:20:10 PM

Posted by enkonyito at Apr 23, 2019, 3:38:54 AM
Re: Photo rendering test
Yes, I did ( and shame on me?)
No, quite the contrary. I quoted you to explain the difference in rendering and because you use the light panels in your interiors.

I used them mainly to simulate the natural light coming from the outside.

The use of the term "ambient lighting" may not have been used by you or other users yet, but in practice this was already the case.

As soon as a 60 cm square light panel was used instead of the default room ceiling light, the beginnings of automatic ambient lighting were there. The major flaw was that the ceiling remained dark.

In the "new" automatic ambient lighting, there are 2 light panels and the ceiling is now visible. The constraint is that the size of the square panels remains limited even if now it is proportional to the area of ​​the room.

This is not the case for non-novice users or more accustomed to manually placing the light panels.

In the recent projects of the blog, I show what can give the automatic ambient lighting (combined with other lighting) after having modified the ceilings of certain rooms.

Enko