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    New interior !

    Hi guys,
    Lastest interior project !
    Hope you like it !
    Franck
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    Quote Originally Posted by THIBAULT View Post
    Hi guys,
    Lastest interior project !
    Hope you like it !
    Franck
    I like it, Franck. Clean and bright, really nice!
    The only thing donīt fit to me is the guy with a LOTS of blur. He is not running or even walking too fast to have this amount of blur. I would fix that.
    Other than that is great!
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    Thanks Mauro,
    Yes, i'm going to decrease the blur, thanks !

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    Looks great Thibault. One thing I've noticed is that the clip maps for the leaves on the tree to the right seem to be the wrong ones?
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    Thanks Duncan !
    I'm going to see !

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    It's a very good render, I am not a fan of the overly bright look, but I know that is what architects/clients want to see. The door to the right is not all that clear what it is, I thought it was a mirror at first, and those pots outside are so weird that it took me a while to understand what they were. And again, something that might go against client's wishes, but I prefer if the camera is not so perfectly parallel to the walls.

    Quote Originally Posted by kopperdrake View Post
    Looks great Thibault. One thing I've noticed is that the clip maps for the leaves on the tree to the right seem to be the wrong ones?
    I think the clip map is correct, but it's a Benjamina leaf, with white borders
    https://previews.123rf.com/images/wi...tock-Photo.jpg

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    Are the leaves supposed to be coming through the blinds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danner View Post
    I think the clip map is correct, but it's a Benjamina leaf, with white borders
    https://previews.123rf.com/images/wi...tock-Photo.jpg
    Well spotted - I've never seen that plant before! Apologies Thibault
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    good rendering, but i'm having a few critical remarks: i'm not sure about the white balance in this image. as an architectural photographer, you would avoid the general blueish-grayish look in interiors and go more to a better balanced, very slightly warm tone. also, i find the furniture arrangement under the stairs a bit questionable. who is ever using that low table partially hidden by the bamboo? isn't the sideboard and the TV set in a little unfortunate position? maybe the look under the stairs can be avoided by a different perspective or framing. i also don't like the fake motion blurred man, which attracts more attention as if it was unblurred, actually - but that is a matter of personal taste. cheers markus
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    yeah would add to that tv troubles me as its a light source and would appear lighter to my mind at least and have some sort of influence on its immediate surrounding, good catch about the table under the stairs

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    Quote Originally Posted by RudySchneider View Post
    Are the leaves supposed to be coming through the blinds?
    My bad. I just took a closer look and --- DUH! --- that plant's on the INSIDE! Other than the already-mentioned motion blur, it looks pretty darn good to me.
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    Nice work! I agree with the feedback everyone has offered, and will add that the girl on the couch might depress the cushion more. The cushions are either super firm, or she is very very light.

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    Thanks to all ! very constructive ! i'm going to make corrections
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    Great work!

    If can say anything, I should desaturate a bit the girl and give a bit of contrast to the rest.

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    Thank Salvador ! Making correction !

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