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    Problem lighting up the interior building~

    Dear guys,
    I am trying to light up the interior of the building. but no matter how many lights i put on the ceiling, the window still remains dark.i want to light up the window so it won't appear so black. The lighting scheme i used for rendering is Exterior:suns and artificial.

    Could someone give me some advices on lighting up the window? Thank you very much!


    ps. when i set the lighting scheme to INterior:Artificial. i could see the lights. But the exterior will be all black ...
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    #2
    This is an unfortunate try to life limitation that rendering engines and camera's often suffer from. The solution: Do your exterior: Sun & Artificial, and an Artificial only render then combine the two layers in photoshop using "difference" or "exclusion" blending layer.
    Chris Price
    Co Founder | BIM Manager | Product Designer | B.Arch (QUT)
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      #3
      Originally posted by Mr Spot View Post
      This is an unfortunate try to life limitation that rendering engines and camera's often suffer from. The solution: Do your exterior: Sun & Artificial, and an Artificial only render then combine the two layers in photoshop using "difference" or "exclusion" blending layer.
      you could even use "multiply" layers :beer:
      There are no stupid questions, only stupid people

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        #4
        And if you don´t have access to Photoshop, you could just bump up the wattage of the light fixtures... way up! (Like a factor 20 or something)
        Klaus Munkholm
        "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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