reflecting issue in PBR


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Hi guys,

 

I have an issue with PBR camera view. As you can see on the attached pic the reflection of the textures are missing in PBR. I know I do something wrong just can not figure out what is that.

My second issue when I rendering this plan with this settings the result is dark and shady (untitled 5 renderelt 02.jpg)

Thank you!

 

Any advice are welcome!

 

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5 hours ago, Cheryl_C_Crane said:

I made myself a tiny PBR toor bar

 

OK there is the TIP for this Thread  since it should really be over in the Q&A Forum :)

 

It is always best to post the Plan file in cases like this , there are just too many varibles , which leads to too much guessing as to the cause...

 

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If there are no Windows and Doors to allow Light in you may need to add some raking light by adding a 3D light down near the Floor ?....

 

No Sunlight = no reflections or subdued Reflections in PBR

 

Okay found Graham's post from last week , try these Settings perhaps....

 

 

Lots of good info in the Lets PBR Thread too.... but this is my post in it with the basic setup , have 100 automatic lights is important

 

https://chieftalk.chiefarchitect.com/topic/16912-lets-pbr/?do=findComment&comment=142683

 

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Good morning,

 

thank you all your help and tips. Finally I figured out I think. I played with sun lm and angle and materials. What I think some materials can not reflect as I except so I changed some of those. (but maybe I am wrong)

So for this attached plan: Light settings max 20, spot light with 85Lm, sun int: 1200, tilt angle: -32.3, direction angle: 80.4, and PBR.

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1 hour ago, prorefinish said:

Good morning,

 

thank you all your help and tips. Finally I figured out I think. I played with sun lm and angle and materials. What I think some materials can not reflect as I except so I changed some of those. (but maybe I am wrong)

So for this attached plan: Light settings max 20, spot light with 85Lm, sun int: 1200, tilt angle: -32.3, direction angle: 80.4, and PBR.

teszt 8.jpg

 

Attached picture, not plan?

 

This doesn't appear to be the kitchen you posted above yesterday......  the Windows should help greatly in PBR with the lighting.....

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