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By deestilo on Oct 06, 2001 12:29 PM
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Well, I'm a very newbie in this case.....
I got the basic of lighting though.....

But sometime lighting are very hard and you all know without the right lighting....... it's useless for the rendering.

Please direct me on how to set up a real world lighting........maybe a few tutorials or a url for some of the real world lighting....

Some of the tuts I found just described the basic.... which I never found as enough...
I hope there are some light placement of the tuts too...

THanks
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Re: Real World Lighting 
By Koztah3d on Oct 06, 2001 01:23 PM
Yo could save yourself some trouble and get a renderer that has radiosity- if you use Max, Brazil is free and is pretty damn close to Renderman. Then you just have to place lights at light sources.
Otherwise, you're going to need a big bunch o' lights all over the place.
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Re: Real World Lighting 
By on Oct 11, 2001 05:32 AM
;D
But it will take me lots of time!
Do you have some efficient way?
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Re: Real World Lighting 
By Anthony on Oct 13, 2001 06:42 PM
I recommend reading Matters of Light and Depth by Russ Lowell. It deals with film lighting, realworld lighting, and since film people control their light to such a degree that you can readily simulate the setups in 3d. Radiosity is beautiful, but I don't think it's the best solution yet, given render times(ever try Brazil at film res? :]
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Re: Real World Lighting 
By christopher on Nov 12, 2001 05:00 PM
check out sphere light at ...this dude is one of the best lighters i've seen
http://www.pixho.com

even if you are not using maya, you can apply the principal.

Last modification: christopher - 11/12/01 at 18:00:01
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Re: Real World Lighting 
By Dedushka on Nov 19, 2001 03:39 AM
8)Under all tests wins FinalRender and LightWave.
And the best is not present anything. Try render in these two render.:D
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Re: Real World Lighting 
By penguin71 on Apr 11, 2002 09:20 AM
;D ;DHi I'm new of this Forum
;D
Hi Arild Wiro I've seen some messages by you in Final render Forum Congratulations!!!

I think that V-ray (chaoticdimensions) is great with very very fast GI and ray tracer and the quality is very high.
http://www.chaoticdimension.com/downloads/VRay/
Here you can download a free beta version it will work if you turn back the clock before february 2002.

Bye
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Re: Real World Lighting tutorial 
By romz on May 03, 2002 06:25 PM
This is a pretty good tutorial on how to setup real world lighting.

http://www.geocities.com/pixelmagic2002/Page1.html

I haven't done it yet, but as soon as I get some time and some sleep, I'll be all over it.


romz
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