Author Topic: Been searching, can't find straight answer  (Read 1254 times)

2015-06-27, 17:16:29

Cyanhide

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Quck question when people talk about using softboxes in their scene, what exactly are we talking about? A regular corona light in the scene or? And if so does it require any specific settings?
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2015-06-27, 19:37:37
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juang3d

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Where did you see this?

2015-06-28, 00:07:45
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Brock_Lafond

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Soft boxes are used in photography.

They're usually rectangular or square and emit a soft light, which has the effect of flattening highlights.

In CG terms, it's basically an area light.

2015-06-28, 14:18:50
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Cyanhide

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Does anyone know if the vray softbox map works with standard corona lights?
I have been trying, but i can't seem to get them to work lol