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Light or bloom from outside window

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Hi every one , how can i achieve these as shown in pictures below with raytracer render  :

 

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Guys im really waiting for someone answering me please

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After you've set up your Raytracing preferances and choose to Raytrace
you can apply the bloom effect to the image in the Raytrace window tab.

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4 hours ago, rangerrick said:

After you've set up your Raytracing preferances and choose to Raytrace
you can apply the bloom effect to the image in the Raytrace window tab.

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"Auto contrast " was the problem , the bloom that you''re showing wasn't my purpose , btw thank you alot for your participation .

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