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Messages - kubiak54

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Ok, my question or theory popped up when I was trying to achieve look / color mapping of Jose Villa's photos. I just love how his colors, and overaly color mapping looks. After spending some time investigating the matter, I found out he shoots film. So he is using some other kind of sensor, some other kind of color mapping (There is pretty complex process to shoot film though). Absolutely every camera has some other kind of sensor, sensor parameters, sensor curves that maps incoming real world data, right? So we have real world data hitting the sensor which maps that data (color mapping) but it maps them according to the light wavelength, exposure and all other incoming data parameters. Now my question is, is there any way, we can change our sensor in corona? I guess that some default sensor is just "built into corona" giving us output - color mapped 32 bit output and we can only apply postproduction, not change that sensor at all (I am saying color mapping as color mapping according to some sensitivity to some wavelength of light etc. not highlight compression). 32-bit exr is equal to HDR real world image - so we know there is no way to magically change sensor afterwards, don't we? It would be incredible to have some parameters / possibilities to define such sensor. I am not expert, I love corona as it (thank you keymaster and company) is and I am really looking forward for new BDFRs, this idea would be really very interesting area to see. I am also attaching a picture of what I mean.
I am looking forward to seeing any insights!

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Gallery / Re: kitchen
« on: 2013-11-25, 14:24:03 »
Looks great, I would maybe  desaturate floor just a bit, othervise really cool

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Gallery / Re: Another Corona Render
« on: 2013-11-25, 13:42:24 »
Love that rendering, wanna see more of that space!

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Gallery / Re: Freakaz's Gallery
« on: 2013-11-12, 12:22:30 »
Great, thank you! :)

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Gallery / Re: Freakaz's Gallery
« on: 2013-11-12, 03:25:09 »
Looking really great Freakaz! I really love those renderings, would you mind sharing with us your lighting and post  production workflow? Thank you!

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General Discussion / Re: Corona Alpha4 Benchmark scene
« on: 2013-11-08, 13:17:54 »
Corona Renderer Alpha 4 benchmark scene
Name: Living room
Passes: 100
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4930K CPU @ 3.40GHz OC 4,2GHz
Rays/s: 6,480,626
Time: 0:3:15

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Gallery / Re: White Apartment
« on: 2013-10-27, 23:29:44 »
Hi Fernando,
I am very pleased to see another incredible artist on the boat.
Your test renderings are great and I would love to see more of them made with corona.
Love your style and work!

Jakub Čech

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Gallery / Re: Michaels Gallery
« on: 2013-09-13, 03:27:39 »
Increadible renders. Really great ones :)

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Gallery / Re: White Kitchen
« on: 2013-07-17, 00:52:58 »
I love glasses shot.

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Well, so if you are hesitating whether to implement this, I am surely for, and gamma correction is just  a curve as well. Thanks, cheers!

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I have been just trying to convert vray mat to corona mat with your converter. Great tool, I am very thankful you do create it. Hovewer I have found, that texture in glossiness slot needs adjustment - as well as glossy value (that is adjusted autoamticaly in experimental mode). I have found that applying gamma od 0,2 works quite well in my case, do you think it would be suitable to implement function that does apply this gamma correction (via Color Correction for ex.) on bitmap on glossiness slot?

Jakub

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Very nice, well positioned camera makes a lot of effect as it captures reflections on foliage, I love this render.

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Gallery / Re: First renders - Paris apartment early previews
« on: 2013-06-15, 13:09:38 »
Nice renders, welcome to corona community, looking forward for your renderings made with.

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Gallery / Re: On the way home...
« on: 2013-05-12, 23:57:50 »
Nice, I love photos against sun.

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Work in Progress/Tests / Re: Jaguar (SQUIR)
« on: 2013-05-12, 23:00:27 »
welcome Jeff,
your renders are pretty kick-ass-ing. Incredible how great your shaders and lighting are. What about render times?

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