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HDRi – Orange sunrise + Backplates

The download file includes

Radiance (.hdr) panorama in 2 sizes (10000×5000 pixel and 1024×512 pixel).
3 background images in JPG format (profile sRGB color and 8 bits).
Total of 5 files in a compressed zip approximately 161 Mb

  • Format: hdr
  • EV: 8,83 EV
  • Type: Esferico
  • Time: 6:55 am
  • Size: 161 Mb.
  • Size panorama HDRi: 10000×5000 px and 1024×512 px
  • Size panorama Backplates: 4928 x 3264 px
  • Backplates: 3 images JPG
  • Content: 5 files.
  • Description
  • Resolution
  • Use
  • Dinamic Range
These HDRi can be used in any 3D program (3ds Max, Maya, C4, etc).
These are the panoramic HDRi spherical type and 180ºx360º.
Time that they made the photos 6:55
By bringing together images to create a dynamic range HDRi 8,83EV get real.
Background images in JPG format (color: sRGB, 8 bits).
Background images were made on the same date and time the hdri.
More information and details about the HDRi in my blog:
What is HDRi? and What is LDRI? concept and differences
The low resolution HDRi is to optimize load HDRi on the scene if only used as lighting. The HDRi used to illuminate a 3D scene; for reflections and the background scene. If it’s just to light, it is not necessary to load a high resolution HDRi because it consumes memory only just one of 1024×512 pixel and the same quality of light you get with one of great resolution. However, for reflections and background if a high resolution HDRi necessary.
By reducing the resolution (dimensions) of a HDRi with Photoshop or any image editing program, sometimes HDRi loses some of its dynamic range so that it retains the dynamic range has to be generated from the image sequence capture original, which is why I included a low resolution HDRi generated from the original, thus maintaining its real dynamic range.
Place the HDR in the materials section as Spherical map type. Depending on the rendering engine horizontal or vertical rotation of HDR can be as Offset U / V (0 to 100) or rotation H / V (0° to 360°).
More information and tutorials using the HDR in my blog:
3ds max and VRay light type Lightdome
3ds max and VRay light type Environment
3ds max and Maxwell
Lightwave and Maxwell
Open HDR with Photoshop, in the bottom left you will find a scroll bar, move the center indicator to the left to see underexposure and overexposure to the right of the HDR. The visual appearance of HDR in Photoshop does not affect the lighting within the scene.
Visit my blog for more information regarding this topic:
Check real EV (Dynamic Range) of a HDRi
Example of lighting and reflections with this HDRi:

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