Ozone factor tip

Started by AP, July 04, 2016, 07:22:43 am

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AP

Adjusting the Ozone factor slider to as high as 10 appears to serve as a decent substitute for night time.

Mr_Lamppost

Yes I tried that yesterday, the old Day for Night look because moonlight really is blue  :D
Smoke me a kipper I'll be back for breakfast.

reck


AP

Also if it is too blue, the color can always be desaturated or changed to another color.

Mr_Lamppost

Yeh but the blue is part of the Day for Night effect.
Smoke me a kipper I'll be back for breakfast.

AP

I have to try out more tests to see how blue the night sky is. I only tried this the one time. Even an ultramarine blue might look very nice.

Dune

The problem with night images is that you'd have to desaturate everything, also the objects. And the center of the image should be blurred  ;)

AP

That is true. At least there is a blue node for that.   

bigben

Except moonlight is essentially sunlight, just a lot less of it.  Try just setting the strength of sunlight to 0.1 - 0.3 ;)

Dune

The Long Stranger rides again! Good to see you back, Ben.

bigben

Yes, the mask man is back  ;)

bobbystahr

Quote from: bigben on July 10, 2017, 09:32:39 am
Yes, the mask man is back  ;)


Yeah, welcome back problem solver heh heh, been a while indeed.
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