Lighting tutorial part 4: indoor and artificial lighting


#68

This is absolutely what i need. Your opening statement says that it might not be needed, hogwash, “to those who may think so”.

I am a fully fledged newb and proud of it lol :eek: and my biggest drama is rendering, i can extrude, bend, stretch and scratch my … all at the same time but rendering just simply freaks me out and it’s holding me back, Seriously…

Now that i’ve found your writings on light, i will have a good understanding of where i’m going wrong, with lighting and camera setups, thanks very much.

!!AWESOME!!

PS: make sure you put the book details here so i can buy it, also can i recommend a PDF version :curious:


#69

it’s so awesome thanks for the detail tutorial


#70

Excelent. thanks alot for the tutorial!!


#71

Nice work buddy Can you send me this tutorial


#72

This is fantastic! Well written and easy to understand.
I got more out of reading your tutorials than I got out of reading several books on lighting.
Thanks a lot for sharing these!


#73

wow, this is very in depth and informative. i cant thank you enough for this write up on lighting :thumbsup:


#74

vrey nice tutorial,thanks


#75

This looks like the place to post this, i just did a simple 3 point lighting tutorial on my blog, i’m not the biggest lighting person if anybody has any tips or advice or places to go for lighting places pls send me a msg!

thanks in advance!


#76

understood


#77

This tutorial is fantastic. Looking forward to the book. Thanks!


#78

very very thankful to u.


#79

thanks… this is just what i was looking for.


#80

great work.
:applause:


#81

Sweet tutorial man, thx.


#82

great tutorial.


#83

Thanks so much for these tutorials :slight_smile: :bounce:


#84

Really cool tutorial, thanks so much.

Cheers


#85

thanx
Very Helpful .


#86

very nice, i like it


#87

let me see…
thanks man!