Director Room, arijit ranti (3D)

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  12 December 2008
Director Room, arijit ranti (3D)

Title: Director Room
Name: arijit ranti
Country: India
Software: 3ds max, Photoshop

Hi all

I made this Director Room for a company. I took approximate 5 hours to make the entire shot. I put an odd contras tic picture in the center of this image to make the whole picture contras tic. In 3ds max mental ray is used with FG. Some touch up I did in PS.

Hope you all like it.
Feel free to send C&C.

  12 December 2008
You have big problem with perspective there, what lens did you used?
  12 December 2008
I think Vlada3D is right here. If you try to stretch -just the image- to the ends of the black area on both sides, you'll be more 'on track' with proportion. Also, this director's room is really cramped, maybe make more room around all objects and the room itself bigger (not taller).
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  12 December 2008
I think that some wide resolution will solve the problem here, something like 1280x720, than you can put like 50mm lens in order to get minimal distortion, and still catch all the details in the picture.
  12 December 2008

thx thx a lot .i usd 18 lens .tel m 1 thng wht s da bst lens amount using by 4 production houses ????????????sory 4 my english.
  12 December 2008
I kind of like the perspective. Great lighting!
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  12 December 2008
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