HDRI Sky 173
HDRI Sky 173 – Taken in the Afternoon
High Dynamic Range Sky 173
Clear sky. High quality map taken in March.
- DR: 14 EVs
- Resolution: 15000×7500
- Size: 15000x7500px
- Taken at: 16:54
- Time of the day: Afternoon
3 very cool Modern Architectural Buildings to test with your Future HDRI images, or to just Texture and Render!
Bonus Scene: The House of Randolph Duke’s Glam Pad In the Hollywood Hills, which was also used in the movie Spread with Ashton Kutcher. Setup is Vray for Cinema 4D.
Bonus Scene: Modern minimalist home with Japanese theme style Garden. Setup is Vray for Cinema 4D.
Bonus Scene: Ultimate Woodland retreat over looking lakes and Mountains. Setup is Vray for Cinema 4D.
There a lot of nice sky HDRi maps on the web, but not all of them are true HDRi. Most of the HDR images have the sun clipped out before its peak brightness, resulting in unexpected soft shadows and a slightly dull look. On the HDRI-SKIES.com site you will find only images that are created with a very high dynamic range exposure (up to 17 EVs) and have all the proper attributes.
Thanks to advanced bracketing schemes and very careful editing steps, we have managed to accurately capture the disc of the sun with its full intensity. By dint of our workflow, we are able to deliver HDRi maps giving bright highlights and realistic colours.
1-Step Image Based Lighting. No virtual sun or gamma adjustments are required for direct lighting or sharp shadows.
Linear gamma 1.0. Perfect contrast and colour rendition.
Non-transferable license is granted to you, the downloader of this image, to use this image in any work or compilation, and for any purpose, including commercial purposes, except for the purpose of resale or inclusion in a product that is resold to a third party.
The Final Pitch
Download this Professionally shot HDRI image in the Afternoon, perfect HDRI lighting with your Architectural Renders.
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