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By Asmithey
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I decided to create a gallery of my images.



Some new images added.

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Island, sky and Vegetation rendered in VUE
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Last edited by Asmithey on Sun Jul 10, 2016 12:14 am, edited 14 times in total.
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By Asmithey
#371983
Thanks,

I have some really old stuff in the gallery. I posted everything in chronological order. I started working for my self in 2006. So the newer stuff is upfront and the old at the end. I will filter out some of it. I noticed I have a duplicate image as well. Since I live Arizona, most of my renderings are Sonoran desert vernacular. Lots of scrubbies and cacti.
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By Asmithey
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Thanks gadzooks,

It is strange with photo-matching. Sometimes it is really fast, like five moves of the camera. Then sometimes it might take an hour of tweaking. Using Blender makes it very painless compared as to when I used to use Form-Z.

One big key is having the correct focal length the camera was set at to take the shot and having the camera sensor width and height. Most of the cameras used to do the aerials are full frame.

If I have GPS coordinates of each shot, the matching process can go very fast. Some cameras have built-in GPS capabilities.

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By pdqwest
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Aaron
Since you live in Arizona and it is a bit of a harsh environment I would suggest staging your scenes for dawn or dusk in order to soften the images. On my Maxwell scenes I usually use a sun value of 0.1 and a sky value of 2.3 with a warmer temperature (4300K) to simulate dusk. Just my two cents worth.

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