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fake HDR lighting

Discussion in 'Terrain Board' started by Megafyr, May 21, 2008.

  1. Megafyr

    Megafyr

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    I was making a snow-map and I was thinking:'' damn, this would have looked great with HDR..'' I made it as HDR-like as I could, hope you like it ;) (this is not made with photoshop)
     

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  2. Pyritie

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    This doesn't look like HDR. It just looks like eye-blinding white.
     
  3. -Berz-

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    aaaaa my eyes! :) did u use breath of frost for this?
     
  4. ~Void~

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    No, it looks like HDR, but too much of it... :\
     
  5. Sephalo

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    Looks good.
    Even the shadows are pointing the right way.

    Well Done.
     
  6. Coremarine

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    nicely done!
     
  7. Midnight2

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    Its so bright it looks like u just crawled out of a dark cave, but if u happened to crawl out of a dark cave it would be a really cool image :p. Don't worry though i still like it and think its cool.
     
  8. Draelren

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    Check out HDRShop, it would help a lot. But this does not look like a proper HDR image. Does it even have the proper highlight ranges for calculating IOR?