One of must important things to create a good scene and a good render is light settings. You need a good idea also, there are key elements to be considered in a composition (weight, color, shot) for obtaining a good Rendering ...but here I'm going to give you something about light settings!
That's not a tutorial, even if you could consider it so! In this page I will give you 3 files.
There are 3 different scenes about 3 different situations: to render Exterior, render interiors and render objects. They are not refined scenes but you can use them as a start point or just to see a method to set Vray parameters.
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General table: Vray settings
|N° of lights||5||1||9|
|V-ray light intensity (average)||7,5||-||6|
|Direct light intensity (sun)||1||1||-|
|Color Mapping (dark, bright)||Exponential (2.5 - 2.5)||Linear (1 - 1)||Exponential (2 - 2)|
|GI environment||-||Skylight (0,7)||Hdri|
|Time to render (640 x 480)||200"||80"||136"|
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Wrote by Ciro Sannino
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