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Dark Living – Light Balance

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In this lesson I’ll talk about Final Render and Post Production.

LESSON#38 – Framing & Light Balance (Step1-2)

  • HD VIDEO / Narrated / 16′
  • MAX FILES to download with all the V-Ray settings
  • How to frame in studio;
  • How to save time during the lighting set up;
  • Give a form using the light;
  • Butterfly bank light usage;
  • Black flags usage;
  • How to balance in a dark ambient.

This is the image you’ll be able to create at the end of this training:

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4 Responses

  1. dexignerVis says:

    Great tips! Thanks for your lessons, Ciro!

  2. Kevin McGowan says:

    On your “Dark Living – Final” You have color mapping set to Exponential.

    I rendered both ways and the linear output is a bit brighter image

    Just wondering why you set it to this – or perhaps you haven’t changed it to Linear yet?

    • Ciro Sannino - Auth says:

      Hi Kevin,
      before to answer I have to ask you if you already studied the lesson #10? This is about linear and exponentian color mapping meanings.

      • Kevin McGowan says:

        Yes I have studied lesson 10. (sorry for late reply)

        Thanks to you!…. I always try to use Linear color mapping now.

        Only using Exponential when solving for overexposure!… and then fixing contrast in Photoshop.

        I do a lot of studio rendering for work (furniture renders). So this particular lesson is very interesting to me.

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