Are you looking for more realistic lighting for your renderings? Or a faster lighting setup? Then you should use an HDRi!
I like to create HDRIs. I like to think that a photograph of that type can convey natural, realistic light to a virtual environment and 3D objects. That's a great thing! I also like to travel around Italy, my country, and shoot HDRIs in beautiful, little-known places.
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This HDRi Sky was shot in Italy and is perfect for your photorealistic renderings!
HDRIs are used as image-based lighting in your renderings.
This HDRi Sky is unclipped, so it will produce an extremely realistic lighting.
It's important to consider whether an hdri is unclipped or not. Being unclipped means that the entire brightness range is captured, including the brightest part of the sun. This ensures that the light is extremely realistic. Contrary, if a hdri is clipped (or clamped) it will produce unrealistic and contrastless light.
10K(10000x5000px) for crystal clear reflections and backgrounds.
With the purchase you get:
Files HDR 32 bit (10K , 6K, 3K, 1K)
Perfect for these applications:
Blender, 3D Studio Max, Maya, Marmoset Toolbag, Substance Painter and much more
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