Author Topic: The Residence  (Read 2046 times)

2017-10-23, 14:20:30

VizRepublic

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Hi Everyone,

This is our first time posting to the forum. We have been admirers of all the work on the forum for a very long time so we though it was about time to share some of our work with everyone.
This was a project for a private residence that was used to showcase the new interior design and open plan living space, kitchen and dining area.

Comments Welcome!

Software: 3DS Max, Corona and Photoshop.

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2017-10-23, 14:40:56
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agentdark45

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Really nice renders, light, airy and lots of detail.

My one slight comment would be that the low-mids of some of the images are ever so slightly too boosted (the "murky grey" issue that happens when upping the highlight compression spinner). I hope you don't mind but I've attached one of your renders with a quick LUT edit in photoshop to provide a touch more contrast. Purely a subjective view though!
Vray who?

2017-10-23, 19:14:38
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Alexp

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Realy nice. Well done.

2017-10-24, 10:00:13
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jacobhutson

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wow, very nice, and very real looking.
Could i please aks how long something like this takes you guys to pull together in man hours.

2017-11-01, 15:43:54
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VizRepublic

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Really nice renders, light, airy and lots of detail.

My one slight comment would be that the low-mids of some of the images are ever so slightly too boosted (the "murky grey" issue that happens when upping the highlight compression spinner). I hope you don't mind but I've attached one of your renders with a quick LUT edit in photoshop to provide a touch more contrast. Purely a subjective view though!

Thank you for your great comments. We certainly appreciate the constructive feedback and will take your advice on board regarding the adjusted LUT image you posted. Thanks.

2017-11-01, 15:44:34
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VizRepublic

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Realy nice. Well done.

Thank you very much!

2017-11-01, 15:46:32
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VizRepublic

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wow, very nice, and very real looking.
Could i please aks how long something like this takes you guys to pull together in man hours.


Thank you, these types of renders can take us anything from a few days to a few weeks depending on the size, scope and detailed required.

2017-11-07, 18:10:56
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ironfonzy

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Great shoots..nothing to say....Can i ask you the lightning ? HDRI sun or the both..?Thanks !

2017-11-07, 18:32:34
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gummaesp

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Really Nice Work.
How did you setup the light? hdri?