Long Exposure Sea

Started by Dune, February 01, 2015, 03:22:38 am

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Dune

I found some long exposure photo's of seas (taken some myself years ago as well), and wanted to replicate that. Some iterations, not perfect.

Oshyan

Cool. Are you literally using a cloud to emulate that long exposure of the ocean look?

- Oshyan

mhall

Ha! What uncanny timing. I was just thinking of this as an idea for an image (including ice on the beach!) last night while I was taking a walk.

Interesting stuff. I'm looking forward to seeing further developments.

Dune

February 02, 2015, 04:03:42 am #3 Last Edit: February 02, 2015, 05:19:52 am by Dune
Yes, cloud, and the next one is quite nice, if I may say so myself  ::) (including ice on the beach, what timing indeed)

Dune

other version

cyphyr

Impressive work. I especially like the last two.
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Dune

Next, nearly done with this again.

j meyer

Amazing!
Still only clouds for the water?

choronr

Very good. These midnight sun type images are beautiful.

Dune

Only one cloud layer of 2m thick + some mapping and coloring in the other inputs.

Oshyan

Interesting, so the cloud layer is what is getting you the "soft reflection" (specular) of the sun? Or is there also a water/reflective shader layer under the cloud layer?

- Oshyan

Dune

Just applied some TG magic  ;)  (SSS)

Here's another version, and one without the cloud.

choronr

With this low light, generating a good scene is difficult. Nice work Ulco!

bobbystahr

brilliant...gotta try this
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