Smooth filling light in a very large room with no windows

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21 Apr, 2012 Galaksina
21 Apr, 2012 # Re: Smooth filling light in a very large room with no windows
Hello, tell me how to create a smooth fill light in a very large room where there are no windows.


21 Apr, 2012 Anton (Staff Author)
21 Apr, 2012 # Re: Smooth filling light in a very large room with no windows
Hello! Photo example of such a space and light, buyout you want to fill?


21 Apr, 2012 Galaksina
21 Apr, 2012 # Re: Smooth filling light in a very large room with no windows
My room is a hall with exhibition stands, in it I need to show a multi-angle stand, which will be surrounded by other schematic stendami.Obychno in real life such rooms lit lamps on farms, but the area is very bolshaya.Hotelos to achieve the effect zalnyayuschego light without harsh shadows .Pomeschenie without windows, I understand that from the point of view of physics this light does not vozmozhen.Osveschenie by type as in the picture.


21 Apr, 2012 Anton (Staff Author)
22 Apr, 2012 # Re: Smooth filling light in a very large room with no windows

Hello!

All right, this lighting without multiple light sources, in interior visualization, is impossible. In the picture, in fact there is light, and very obvious. He goes to the right. This can be seen from the gradient of illumination on walls, ceiling, etc. There are both light and shadow.

Of course, if you are limited in computing resources, then to place farms and to cover them with point sources of light - it is not necessary. However, such a filling light can still be done. The essence of the fill light is that it shines from everywhere, that's why there are no sharp shadows, since the shadow from the light source located on one side of the object, illuminates the light from the light source located on the opposite side.

The simplest way to create a fill light is to place several light sources on the ceiling of your room. The bigger, the better.
Just hang the ceiling of the exhibition hall with lights. Better rectangular, but you can also spherical. Just try, as you are more suited and all. You will receive a light flooding your interior from all sides.

By the way, often, such halls have a glass ceiling and are illuminated by daylight, falling just from above. Then there are no obvious oblique shadows, but there are beautiful dark shadows right under the objects themselves. This effect can be achieved simply by placing one rectangular light source under the ceiling. In this case, it will be easier to get rid of the illusion that objects "fly" from and behind the highlighting of shadows, as happens if the light is really filling and comes from all sides😉



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