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|Product Name:||UltraHD IRAY HDRI With DOF - Abandoned Urban Ruins|
|Published Artist(s):||Cake One, Bob Callawah|
Most Iray HDRI environments set don't allow depth of field use easily and DIRECTLY out of the box.
This one does!
You won't have to tweak anything, all the presets are there for you to just click and render.
What you'll get is 6 ULTRA HD (up to 16K) custom made Environments, with or without Depth of Field presets.
The theme of this set is “Abandoned Urban Ruins”.
All of the panoramas are outdoor, and have been made in abandoned urban or industrial places. Ruins or derelict places, old abandoned hospital, forgotten offices, with this amazing light that creates crispy shadows.
This set will be perfect for any industrial, warfare, zombies or post-apocalyptic renders
Each environment is provided in 4 different resolutions, based on your needs and computer capabilities:
16000 x 8000
8000 x 4000
4000 x 2000
2000 x 1000
Each resolution is provided with or without Depth of field capability, which gives you a total of 48 different possibilities.
You can also use the DOF enabled environment and NOT activate the DOF of the camera for a 3rd and different effect so the number of possibilities increases to 72 different possibilities.
You will also get:
12 Dome rotation presets to change the background or the sun position based on your camera point of view
1 DOF enabled Camera preset, built especially for Full-length portraits
2 Bloom ON/OFF presets
8 Brightness presets
5 Shadow presets
6 Vignetting presets
This just gives infinite possibilities!
Basically, based on your need, you click on the wanted resolution, you click on the wanted depth of field option, you click on the wanted Dome rotation preset, and you're good to render.
Take advantage of the HDR environment SPEED (versus full 3d environment which is way slower to render) with optimized Depth of field!
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier (WIP), which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
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