View Full Version : help me analyze the lighting of this scene!
11-28-2012, 10:13 PM
Hello every one!
i am just a beginner in this field but having a very basic and introductory level of tips and techniques of lighting..
i was just trying to do this interior shot, in which i want to achieve a evening kinda feel more warmer and kinda orangish - hope that is clear to you.. i have taken a render on gray shader.
please look at my very first try that i shared.. it looks pretty good to my eyes, but i don't know how would a professional eye would response or critique on this..
i would really appreciate a deep level of criticism on this render..
like what could be added, and whats is missing.. and what things can also be done on the final retouching on composite?
11-29-2012, 08:27 AM
Well. There's nothing much to say as it is a very simple scene. A few things to point out.
- Your tree shadow on the left and right are looking very distracting. Look up some photography to see how tree shadows blur in real life.
- Light direction is very close to camera angle. That doesn't produce a very interesting look.
11-29-2012, 11:27 AM
hello panupat, thanks for your reply!
can u please elaborate a little bit on what do u mean by the " lighting direction is close to the camera ? also.. i will adjust the leaves of the trees accordingly u suggested..
and how do you look and feel the overall temperature and ambiance of the room ?
11-29-2012, 05:46 PM
I mean, your camera and key light are both pointing in the same direction. Not exactly the same but pretty close. This resembles a real camera's pop up flash where it lights your target dead-on from the front. This most of the time is consider a bad lighting.
I can't say much about the over all mood at this stage. The ground and the wall cover a lot of your frame, and they're very even. Creating a very flat look.
11-30-2012, 06:46 AM
I wouldnt call it the best axample of lighting a scene :argh:
11-30-2012, 06:46 AM
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