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PhotoVideoRenderingDemo

YafaRay rendering (Direct lighting + sky lighting enabled).









Design : Créa-Déco de Flo
Lighting : Enko Nyito
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Re: PhotoVideoRenderingDemo

These are very nice renderings,Enko.
Did you use Yafaray or Sunflow?

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Re: PhotoVideoRenderingDemo

YafaRay rendering (Direct lighting + sky lighting enabled).

Xiste, guess which one... tongue

But you're right, the renderings are awesome!
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Xiste, guess which one... tongue

Unfortunately I'm not owner of the same skills as you.
As Enko clearly points out, the lighting is done by him ( her?).
I wonder what are Enko's tricks for getting the light so natural.
As I am presently working on constructing and presenting my new studio, I'm trying to learn all I can about lighting.

My experience is that Yafaray gives very noisy results on light surfaces in dark areas, and I can't find any noise in Enko's renderings, which show many light surfaces in dark areas, f.i. in the first image where there is a perfect gradient leading into the corner at the center of the picture. This is an example of where Yafaray normally will produce noise, while Sunflow tends to produce banding. I see neither.
I wonder if Enko's perfect results depend more on the lighting, the render engine or the combination.


I also wonder what makes it so easy to say which render engine has been used on the different pictures.
Are there any particular signs I should look for?

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Enkos post starts with "YafaRay rendering". So the only skill you have to hav is the ability to read a text...

But my answer was a joke. With this wondeful pictures it is easy to overread the small text part.
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Xiste, Pascal, thank you for your comments on the quality of the renderings!


Did you use Yafaray or Sunflow?
All the previous images were made with the YafaRay rendering engine.

I wonder what are Enko's tricks for getting the light so natural.
I wonder if Enko's perfect results depend more on the lighting, the render engine or the combination.
You can get a preview with the SH3D file available here. (saved rendering settings)
Each point of view has a different time.

For a light power > 0:
* light panel - daylight (variable light intensity depending on the time of day)
* unviewable or opaque light panel (fixed light intensity)
* light sphere - automatic (off during the day and on at night)
* unviewable or opaque light sphere (always on)

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So the only skill you have to hav is the ability to read a text...

I'll let you in on a little secret: I'm blind as a bat. That's why I work with film ;)
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So the only skill you have to hav is the ability to read a text...

I'll let you in on a little secret: I'm blind as a bat. That's why I work with film ;)


Oh, be careful, bats have a bad reputation right now... tongue
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bats have a bad reputation right now...
Yes, and it's very undeserving. I think we shall have to do something about that... very soon!


@Enko
Thanks for sharing the lighted demo. It's a great help!


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Re: PhotoVideoRenderingDemo

@enkonyito
* light sphere - automatic (off during the day and on at night)

Is there any chance that this effect could be extended to the panel lights as well?

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