Download

Online

Gallery

Blog

  Index  | Recent Threads  | List Attachments  | Search
 Welcome Guest  |  Register  |  Login
Login Name  Password
 

Sweet Home 3D Forum



No member browsing this thread
Thread Status: Active
Total posts in this thread: 2
[ Jump to Last Post ]
Post new Thread
Author
Previous Thread This topic has been viewed 447 times and has 1 reply Next Thread
ThatJackElliott
Newbie



United States
Joined: Sep 4, 2020
Post Count: 2
Status: Offline
Reply to this Post  Reply with Quote 
Photos are overexposed

Hi, I'm laying out a bathroom with white walls, white furniture, two small overhead lights and two mirror lights. I do not have "Add ceiling lights" selected. The photo renderings look very overexposed. How can I adjust this so the picture does not look "blown out"?

Thank you!
[Sep 4, 2020, 2:41:07 PM] Show Printable Version of Post    View Member Profile    Send Private Message [Link] Report threatening or abusive post: please login first  Go to top 
Puybaret
Expert
Member's Avatar

France
Joined: Nov 7, 2005
Post Count: 7260
Status: Offline
Reply to this Post  Reply with Quote 
Re: Photos are overexposed

Each light has a power setting. Did you try to reduce it?
----------------------------------------
Emmanuel Puybaret, Sweet Home 3D developer
[Sep 5, 2020, 8:31:25 AM] Show Printable Version of Post    View Member Profile    Send Private Message    Hidden to Guest [Link] Report threatening or abusive post: please login first  Go to top 
[ Jump to Last Post ]
Show Printable Version of Thread  Post new Thread

    Get Sweet Home 3D at SourceForge.net. Fast, secure and Free Open Source software downloads
   
© Copyright 2006-2020 eTeks - All rights reserved