Training with a beautiful interior

Work on improving my own skills, looking through HDRI maps.

Relying on a reference in architecture.

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Looks super nice!

What hDRis are you using here ?

Also how do u achieve this blurry chromatic effect ? Is it DoF?

Looks great.

Any post processing or anything else you can share with us? :slight_smile:

Cheers

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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3DCollective_HDRi_034_1751_+32_16K It seems to me that this one, or the previous one, they differ by a couple of hours of time, the height of the sun, the general mood remains.
This one uses K-cycles, and the settings from it. Blur, chromatic aberration.
Yes, I add some camera effects, but they can be added in photoshop as well. I would say that some are much easier in K-cycles, others on the contrary work better in photoshop.
For example, I still left the sharpness low in K-cycles, but then adjusted it much more in Photoshop, just like the contrast. I also put a low value of noisiness in k-cycles, and then add much more in photoshop - it’s of better quality there.

In general, my post-processing is dictated by the idea that a picture with denoise by default looks unrealistic, so I try to give it the look of a photo, or some “vintage”. Vintage of course is not quite correct due to the modernity of the genre, but the essence of the processes is preserved, just in smaller proportions)).

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Great work !!

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Amazing work bro, nights shots also look amazing great work with blender

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It looks really great, i like it so much, good work!

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