Print at Jun 26, 2019 7:11:45 PM View all posts in this thread on one page
Posted by enkonyito at Sep 29, 2016 4:25:11 PM
Simulation of natural light (daylight)
It is possible to simulate natural light by placing large light sources near the outside openings.

Rendering with diffusedBounces = 0


Posted by enkonyito at Sep 30, 2016 10:46:19 PM
Re: Simulation of natural light (daylight)
Natural light and artificial lighting


Posted by bdfd at Oct 1, 2016 6:02:41 AM
Re: Simulation of natural light (daylight)
It is possible to simulate natural light by placing large light sources near the outside openings.
How much ? biggrin
What locations ? shock
Is it a secret story ? laughing

Mixing the two would be better, but I don't see the articifial lighting inside... crying
----------------------------------------
only 6.1.2 and nothing else - W10 64b

Posted by Puybaret at Oct 1, 2016 5:54:50 PM
Re: Simulation of natural light (daylight)
No secret: just add to the plan a big source light very far from home.
----------------------------------------
Emmanuel Puybaret, Sweet Home 3D developer

Posted by bdfd at Oct 1, 2016 5:58:34 PM
Re: Simulation of natural light (daylight)
At home, we call this: a SUN ! laughing laughing laughing

Nobody does not answer to my first two questions... crying
----------------------------------------
only 6.1.2 and nothing else - W10 64b

Posted by Miker777 at Oct 1, 2016 7:38:56 PM
Re: Simulation of natural light (daylight)
Here is an image showing outside lighting to enhance the sunlight



In this example the smaller "daylight" sources are set to 70% and the larger to 80%

The actual positionimg and power are a matter of trial and error.

Mike

Posted by bdfd at Oct 2, 2016 5:59:23 AM
Re: Simulation of natural light (daylight)
Thanks Miker, few numbers and a picture are great ! smile
----------------------------------------
only 6.1.2 and nothing else - W10 64b

Posted by enkonyito at Oct 3, 2016 4:11:32 PM
Re: Simulation of natural light (daylight)
@bdfd
How much ?
What locations ?
Is it a secret story ?
As said Emmanuel and Mike, there is no secret.
artificial lighting

Mixing the two would be better, but I don't see the articifial lighting inside...
Artificial light only

As you can see, with this type of rendering, the dark parts are those which are not affected by light.