Light Tracer in MAX5 - Please help?

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  02 February 2003
Question Light Tracer in MAX5 - Please help?

So its like this:

I'm doin a simple scene, in wich a printer-like machine just seats on a big white setup. Objective is to simulate those photo studio setups.

Till now i did it all with just one skylight, and the image looks convincingly real, just it lacks contrast, cos it only has ambient lighting.

Problem is , when i start adding more lights to the setup, either the object comes overiluminated, or it looses the "real" feeling in the scene.

SO where to go from here? Anyone please help?
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  02 February 2003
Just use the one skylight, and adjust the image in Photoshop.
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  02 February 2003
er... its for an animation

i tried messin around with the exposure controls, but maibe i'm doin it wrong...

thanx anyway. any more sugestion?
 
  02 February 2003
So, render out tga's or tiff's and then save a PS action for whatever adjustments and then run the batch processing of that action on all the images. Put together with Permiere or QT Pro.
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