LOOKING FOR 3D RENDERING TIPS

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  • #11943
    Conweconwe
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    this is a 3 d rendering night shot and day shot I did and I was wondering if anyone could give me tips

    Jack I just don’t think they’re up to you’re quality yours are much sharper

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    #11954
    Jkzimmjkzimm
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    After a rendering is completed (assuming you at least used Option > ray trace quality > Level = 4 and Anti-aliasing = 5,  with Presentation GI Density set to ‘More’ ) , when I Save my render I open it in IrfanView and do three things.

    First I use the Sharpen option in IrfanView. Be careful not to over sharpen or pixels appear.

    Then I use the Image > Color Correction option and reduce the Gama slightly. This darkens image and brings  washed out colors out.

    Then I increase the Contrast (about to 12).

    Then the image really Pops.

    Jack

    zimmerdesign.com

     

    #11955
    Jkzimmjkzimm
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    Here is your image Sharpened , slight Gama, contrast about 14 in IrfanView.

    Makes a huge difference, such a simple solution 🙂

    Kind of feels like you really don’t need glasses you thought you may need when seeing original image.

     

    Jack

    zimmerdesign.com

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    #11959
    Jkzimmjkzimm
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    Here is side by side version.

    Z

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    #11966
    Conweconwe
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    hello jack,

    Yes that looks great thank-you very much for the tips. I do have my settings set at what you suggested all except ray trace quality I have at 5.

    conrad

    #11970
    Jkzimmjkzimm
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    I’ve found I can get a tad faster render and still have good quality if I use 4, but with 5 the render may be better. It depends on a number of things , like size , lighting , etc.

     

    Jack

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