Blue Skies

Started by rcallicotte, December 21, 2006, 06:53:52 am

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rcallicotte

How can we make the deep blue skies we saw in the beta testers' work?      :o
So this is Disney World.  Can we live here?

paulselhi

Try seting your render gamma to 1 and lowering the haze to say 2

FrankB

Quote from: calico on December 21, 2006, 06:53:52 am
How can we make the deep blue skies we saw in the beta testers' work?      :o


There are various ways of making the sky look deep blue. Can you point out a particular render?

Regards,
Frank

Tangled-Universe

I´m not Calico of course, but if I were the topic starter I´d love to know it about these 2 pictures:

http://lucbianco.free.fr/2bgal/img/terragen2/TGD412.jpg
http://lucbianco.free.fr/2bgal/img/terragen2/TGD206.jpg

Martin

rcallicotte

So this is Disney World.  Can we live here?

glen5700

Hi all,
I have been using Photoshop and the shadow highlight adjustment; here are some of my results after running them thru Photoshop. The other benefit to this is it gives more contrast to the image.

http://www.3ddigitalgraphics.com/gallery/terragen.htm

Glen

rcallicotte

Nice job, Glen.  Photoshop is so exhilleratin'.   ::)
So this is Disney World.  Can we live here?

FrankB

OK, so the images referenced here pretty much have the default atmosphere, some have an increased fake dark power enabled in the atmo. Other than that, the sky obviously get more saturated blue with less haze or less glowing haze, so you might want to play with this. I think the final color came with color adjustments in an image manipulaiton application, at least that's true for mine.

Regards,
Frank

rcallicotte

Thanks Frank for taking time to answer.  I'm learning so much I almost can't stand it.
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