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    Does anybody else have trouble with drab lighting on interiors? These are white walls, ... is it really just light reflecting off the floor to give it a somewhat dull, sepia-ish feel? I was wondering if anybody had any tips on interior lighting and issue's like this in revit.
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    Have you tried adjusting the White Point found in the Exposure controls? For interior renderings with artificial light I set the white point somewhere around 3200-5000. You may also try increasing the brightness of the Exposure Value.
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      #3
      Also watch the White Point of your light fixtures. The default setting in Revit is for a very warm glow, not a cold white.
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        #4
        pls can i use the settings for your lighting in the second image. thank you.

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          #5
          Wicked old thread but I thought I'd add a thought here as well...

          Originally posted by JeffreyMcGrew View Post
          Also watch the White Point of your light fixtures. The default setting in Revit is for a very warm glow, not a cold white.
          A more realistic approach would be to leave the white point of the fixtures alone (or base them on real world values) and tweak the white point/exposure in the render as muttlieb suggested.
          Greg McDowell Jr
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            #6
            Basing them on real world values for *most* interior spaces, will mean changing the values a lot. The default settings in the Light Fixture templates is insanely warm colored (low temperature).
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