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Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 9:37:04 AM | How to get natural photo rendering quality

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hi everybodyThanks in advance for u kindly help.  im new to the Revit. Im using revit 2013. I attached 3 pics.(Example 1 is an image which already rendered in revit by somebody.) I tried that project. While before render, i set the values like

I added correct materials properly.Azimuth  :135 degAltitude :35 degSun settings: Exterior Sun onlyand i render with 300 dpi with the best quality. Screenshot before i rendered [Image_In_Realistic_View.jpg]But im getting the output rendering like [Reivit_Rendered_Original.jpg]I need to get output rendering like [Example 1]with cool effect naturally.I did expsoure setting and i touched with Photoshop. But i dont get such quality or the real colors like [example1.jpg] image.

I need photo quality in revit rendering.To get quality like [Example1.jpg] what steps i have to follow.What mistakes i didWhich version i have to use Revit 2010 or 2013what i have to do.Can anybody plz help me.

Thanks again. Plz suggest me a nice solution. Thank u



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Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 9:57:02 AM | How to get natural photo rendering quality

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your walls are yellow instead of white, could be because of sunlight, fix in material or in exposure settings,

your light grey parts and windows should be darker and saturated for more contrast,

add sky and green in photoshop.

try to render in the cloud if you have autodesk subsription, its a better render engine.

 

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Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 9:58:35 AM | How to get natural photo rendering quality

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and your glass is grey,


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