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    A cluttered yet cozy reading corner, the perfect place to curl up with a good book. What surprised me most about this piece was the development of the creative throughout this piece, what originally started as clean setup to showcase furniture, turned into this eclectic collection of objects, dark moody lighting and a stormy backdrop. Perhaps I subconsciously lean towards this sort of drama because it would never fly in my commercial work, who knows. I'm in the process of putting together a making of, lot's of interesting techniques involved, and it's about time I gave back to this industry that's giving so much to me. Thanks for looking.
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    Fantastic images, great feel and lighting.

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    Much appreciated David.
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    Very impressive, I can almost feel the 'messy' around me and the wind coming from that window. I like the way that 'he' (it's a man for sure) organize everything, it's what I call 'organized mess', it's all around but in order and on his hand, special his old toys on the box.

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    Thanks Marciortiz, I'm glad you got the breezy feeling, wasn't sure I'd quite made it feel like there was a storm brewing outside and the wind was blowing in. Originally I wanted to put a typewrite in the scene and have all the pages blowing off. Thanks for commenting, appreciate you taking the time to do so.
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    very very impressive images !!!! I saw your site...nice exteriors....but just wanted to know have you used HDRI lighting or Vray Sun for the building exteriors ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by apurva6d View Post
    very very impressive images !!!! I saw your site...nice exteriors....but just wanted to know have you used HDRI lighting or Vray Sun for the building exteriors ?
    Yes apurva6d, I do use a combination of HDRI lighting and Vray Sun for any daylight exteriors. Most of my images are done this way, I find it gives me a lot of wiggle room to get the lighting right, I find the HDRI's have a wonderful quality of light, much more variation than the vray sky system does. But they take a lot longer to render, so as per usual there is a trade off.
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    Great mood, the light is amazing. I think DOF is exaggerated in several images. DOF is added in postpro?
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    Thanks meedo3d, yes dof was hand painted, just blurred the images in PS, and then masked out the area's I didn't want blurred. It was a quick fix solution. Thanks for commenting.
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