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Mon, May 3, 2010 at 12:47:20 PM | Exterior Render-Interior too dark!!

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I had tried to render an exterior of a building, but the outcome of the interior is always dark. Although I had tried to put in more windows around the wall faces, the interior still lack of DAYLIGHT. Beside adding in artificial light (which I am not really wanting to due to slow rendering) or adjust the exposure of the rendered image, is there any other way to make the interior brighter? Thnx a lot for any help~

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Mon, May 3, 2010 at 1:57:00 PM | Exterior Render-Interior too dark!!

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Did you try to change the lighting scheme from exterior sun only to interior sun only?

 This should help some, I just dont do many renderings these days with no interior lights.

 

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Mon, May 3, 2010 at 9:55:45 PM | Exterior Render-Interior too dark!!

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After you save the original rendering, lighten the entire image (either with Revit exposure tools or in Photoshop) in a duplicate file. Then you can cut and paste in Photoshop the lighter interior to the correct-exposed exterior.

This is actually a technique used by good architectural photographers to correct dynamic range limitations. There is also software available for automatic blending of photos with higher and lower exposures, but the manual option should work fine for you.


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Tue, May 4, 2010 at 12:31:50 PM | Exterior Render-Interior too dark!!

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Yea, thats the way i did right now, but i wonder if there are any other way instead of adding interior light or enhancing in photoshop...anyway, thanks a lot guys~!

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