1. Join Date
    Jun 2018

    modern bedroom

    modern bedroom
    Software:using 3ds max 2020, corona render 6, Adobe Photoshop
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  2. Join Date
    Feb 2005

    This is so nice! Maybe the one from the entrance/closet has a bit fake depth of field feeling, others amazing. Can I ask how do you get that extra sharp/detailed feeling?
  3. Join Date
    Mar 2008

    Horizon Line?

    Very nice overall. I agree about the faked DOF comment, it feels unnatural to me too.

    The main thing that sticks out to me though is the horizon line out the window is way too high in all of them. Determining the horizon line when adding a background image is very simple. First of all, you can simply turn on the virtual horizon line in your 3DS Max Camera. In Photoshop though, you just need to draw some lines over top that should all be parallel with the ground in real life, and they will all converge at the natural horizon line. The horizon line of the background image behind the curtains should be where the horizontal magenta line is in the attached image.

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    Last edited by archbarijj; 2021-10-27 at 12:41 AM.
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