Lighting relationships in Poser


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Added 6 months ago

A tutorial intended to show how you can pre-determine light settings in Poser to emulate real world conditions AND get a decent render first go! Basically …

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Tools: Poser
Subject: Lighting
Usage Rights: Unrestricted Use
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piersyf (3 months ago)Inappropriate?
Not particularly. Actually I don't attach anything to the construct. I still use older skydomes with .jpegs attached. Although the tutorial covers Poser 11, most of it still relates to earlier versions of Poser for Firefly.
That said, it should still work for images on the construct as it is just geometry with an image attached, just like any other skydome.
jbtrimar (3 months ago)Inappropriate?
Was wondering, when you are talking about the skydome, are you talking about the default construct in Poser Pro 11?
marianner (4 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you very much for this!
Childe of Fyre (5 months ago)Inappropriate?
Found your link through a thread on the SM forums. I just wanted to say THANK YOU!! I have been struggling to get proper lighting rigs ever since I took Poser out of the box. I can set up a light rig in five minutes in DS, but Poser's lights have been giving me absolute fits. Thank you very much for this!
eklektik (5 months ago)Inappropriate?
Superb tutorial!! Thank you for sharing your process in such extraordinary detail. I highly recommend this tutorial to anyone who wishes to have a thorough understanding of Poser 11 lighting! Kudos piersyf!!!
jantosze (6 months ago)Inappropriate?
nice work and thanks this

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