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    LightWave 2018.06 + Octane PBR V 4 XB 09 BETA / EXAMPLE 01

    LightWave 2018.06 + Octane PBR V 4 XB 09 BETA / Lens Response EctaChrome 320/ Path Tracing Kernel 24/24 / 1000 msamples / AI Denoiser off / AI Lights on / Environment Modeling & Tree Instancing by LightWaveGuru 2018 / Car X4 Original converted CAD File from BMW /Trees by Evermotion Libary



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    The environment looks gorgeous and the lighting is fanastic. For whatever reason though, the vehicle just doesn't look like it belongs. I'm certainly not an expert, but the way the lighting is affecting the vehicle doesn't look right. I'm not sure what it is, but it makes the car look out of place.

    However, everything else in the image is gorgeous.

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    Looks awesome! Very nice render, very realistic environment. Now that RPSchmidt mentions the car, it does almost look like the car is reflecting a Fall environment rather than a white snow environment. I can't make out any bounce from the relatively bright road. Don't know if there is a map involved. Could just be a trick of the light and angles. Sometimes realism doesn't look as we imagine it should. Great work as always, in any case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPSchmidt View Post
    The environment looks gorgeous and the lighting is fanastic. For whatever reason though, the vehicle just doesn't look like it belongs. I'm certainly not an expert, but the way the lighting is affecting the vehicle doesn't look right. I'm not sure what it is, but it makes the car look out of place.

    However, everything else in the image is gorgeous.
    its the lens response Ectachrome....that lens response create that "hard contrast look"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingzeta View Post
    Sometimes realism doesn't look as we imagine it should.
    YEP! with another lens response the scene and car look total different...

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    That's stunning safarifx! The lighting on that snow is superb.
    Quick question, is there a quick way to toggle through the film response ?
    Would love if you could just page / arrow down to go through them quickly like you can in PS with blend modes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by safarifx View Post
    YEP! with another lens response the scene and car look total different...

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    Gotcha. Looking again, it makes sense that with the snow being in a totally readable part of the exposure range, would bring the dark car pretty far down in exposure. Especially with a high contrast effect.

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