Lighting Challenge #8: Haunted Hallway

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  03 March 2007
Originally Posted by titanwong31: I guess i being miss out for the comment. Any comment for me to improve on the image?

You might desaturate the lightbulb itself so it goes white. Also, on the side wall, the edge of the light from the lightbulb seems too abrupt. You want another glow (like a broader spotlight cone) that is dim and warm and goes beyond the edge of where the light on the wall ends now. I guess the edges of that sunbeam could go softer as well.

Jeremy Birn
Author, Digital Lighting & Rendering, 3rd Edition
  03 March 2007
Tq for the quick reply. Here it the changes.

  03 March 2007
Great Job Everybody!

I really enjoyed this thread, and have put up a gallery of entries:

I am archiving this thread, but please join new lighting challenges as they come available!

See you next time!

Jeremy Birn
Author, Digital Lighting & Rendering, 3rd Edition

Last edited by jeremybirn : 06 June 2009 at 01:40 AM.
  09 September 2016

Guys can you help to enhance this more
  09 September 2016
Originally Posted by Falcon0172: Guys can you help to enhance this more

IMHO, you're off to a good start.

Not sure if you've done this already ... if not, make time to review all of the renders in this thread along with the comments - there's a wealth of awesome critique feedback.

A few questions to ask yourself ...

- what is the story behind the render?
- why am I guiding the viewer to that specific area of the image?
- when is the story taking place - i.e. time of day, etc.?
- how did the viewer (aka camera) come to be there?
- what is illuminating the area, could some additional bounce light help to reveal more of the surrounding area?

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