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Hello /3/ I am in the process of creating an interior scene and in the past I was plagued making the scene more realistic. Is it the lighting, is it the materials, please share your views.
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The image is too small to tell what's really going on. Up the resolution by a factor of four and repost.
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>>527500
this
also, wooden surfaces are too flat, and the carpet looks clumsy
Looks like it's some seashore city in the middle of summer, so why the fuck are all those lights on? I get it, you want to show them, but still...
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>>527430
Holy fuck how many lights does that bedroom need?
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The one of the bottom are my little nit picks, but overall the render looks really good!
I added a photoshop colour correction on the top
version, just to give a look if it more realistic in my opinion.
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What's wrong with the framed photo?



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