Author Topic: Let’s Talk About Light!  (Read 9202 times)

2017-01-31, 13:22:56

gmsvision

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Hello, everyone
5 Types of Lighting Conditions ( day-dusk-sunset-blue hour-night ) for a new commercial project by gmsvision.Which one is your favorit?
I hope you guys will like C&C are  welcome.
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« Last Edit: 2017-01-31, 13:31:43 by gmsvision »

2017-01-31, 14:08:50
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I  won´t be voting on which is my favorite I can only tell every mood is awesomely executed!

2017-01-31, 14:43:26
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Hey..Really nice images. All are favorite. Cheers
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2017-01-31, 15:38:00
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That's so true! Every image is so nicely done, but... my favourite ones are two last :) Great job!
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2017-01-31, 15:46:04
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2017-01-31, 23:05:59
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Same as Maru... better colour balance with yellow and blue...
The one with the sunset should be more orange, with sun coming in the room, as I feel (my opinion).
Congrats anyway ;-)

2017-02-01, 03:42:24
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all is great. But i'll go with overcasted one, really like that mood.

2017-02-01, 07:00:27
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Hussein052

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2 & 4 - lighting is on point

2017-02-01, 09:45:56
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really nice work!!! i dont like the night, the background seems not that realistic, but i dont know why.

2017-02-01, 14:40:22
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really nicely done, can you give a brief run down of your lighting setup?

2017-02-01, 17:55:39
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gmsvision

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Thanks a lot for your kind and encouraging comments.
 Not surprising that none of you preferred the sunny mood…… which is the obsession of most of our customers :P , since they are not easy to be persuaded for something else.

All images are done with marek denko HDRI (http://noemotionhdrs.net/) and the mighty  LIGHT MIXER which made possible the development of such pictures in an easier and better way than in the past.


2017-02-03, 16:48:37
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Amazing.

My favorite is the sunny one, cause i don't know how to achieve such strong and sharp shadows with hdri lighting. Could you give me a clue ? :)


2017-02-04, 00:39:54
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I love number 4 :)

2017-02-04, 13:12:56
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gmsvision

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Amazing.

My favorite is the sunny one, cause i don't know how to achieve such strong and sharp shadows with hdri lighting. Could you give me a clue ? :)

there are may tutorials out there but the corona one
is maybe the best one.
hope this can help you :P

2017-02-04, 17:01:29
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I really like sunset and blue hour, maybe blue hour a bit more :D

2017-02-04, 19:35:33
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gmsvision, can you describe how did you used different environment hdri backgrounds and lightning?  the images were done completely in corona framebuffer with light mix, did you use photoshop to shancge background? as i know we can use only one hdri lightning, and change its intensity and white balace? corona video tutorial shows how to change one background - intensity, color balance.

2017-02-04, 20:54:32
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Awesome work.
The blue hour seems slightly more elegant than the others, but everything is so perfect that is hard to decide.

2017-02-05, 07:15:17
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I like 3rd one personally;

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gmsvision, can you describe how did you used different environment hdri backgrounds and lightning?  the images were done completely in corona framebuffer with light mix, did you use photoshop to shancge background? as i know we can use only one hdri lightning, and change its intensity and white balace? corona video tutorial shows how to change one background - intensity, color balance.

If you want sunlight with hdri-
1. setup the hdri light first (Peter's HDRI's are the best)
2. Add corona sun and match the position of sun to hdri sun so that you don't have 2 shadows.
3. Adjust the HDRI's output and suns intensity for the preferred look

2017-02-06, 09:48:49
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Really cool:)

2017-02-06, 12:15:04
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gmsvision, can you describe how did you used different environment hdri backgrounds and lightning?  the images were done completely in corona framebuffer with light mix, did you use photoshop to shancge background? as i know we can use only one hdri lightning, and change its intensity and white balace? corona video tutorial shows how to change one background - intensity, color balance.

keep it realy simple  for  all moods except sunny mood.
just put a hdri ( marek denko in this case) in the enviroment slot and play with exposure highlight compresion ect.just that no secrets here.
for the sunny mood adjust the hdri as shown in the corona tutorial  store alpha chanel and change the backround in photoshop with a backplate of the hdri.
in photoshop we do very litle only wight balance some contrast and  a slight  chromatic aberration as u see below.
Hope this helps.

2017-02-06, 14:13:01
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Amazing.

My favorite is the sunny one, cause i don't know how to achieve such strong and sharp shadows with hdri lighting. Could you give me a clue ? :)

there are may tutorials out there but the corona one
is maybe the best one.
hope this can help you :P

it helps a lot. thx !! :)

2017-02-07, 19:38:02
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2017-02-25, 19:18:01
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Awesome! I really like it! Mey i ask,which hdri's you used in this three projects? (dusk,sunset,blue)I know that from http://noemotionhdrs.net/hdrevening.html this website but what's names of hdri's?

Have a nice day!!

2017-02-27, 13:36:16
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Awesome! I really like it! Mey i ask,which hdri's you used in this three projects? (dusk,sunset,blue)I know that from http://noemotionhdrs.net/hdrevening.html this website but what's names of hdri's?

Have a nice day!!

thanks for the nice comments!
the hdri we used are  Dusk-04-15_Sky  Sunset- 05-01_Sun_C  Blue-04-11_Sun_D
but u can get similar results with any Hdri from noemotionhdri  or from the peter guthrie ones.

2017-03-03, 20:06:07
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Just saw that white cave house representation on your webpage,and its looking great!

I started to make same space. But will find something else to do in spare time :)