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Orestes Iray HDRI Skydomes - Hazy Afternoon

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Product Name: Orestes Iray HDRI Skydomes - Hazy Afternoon
Product ID: 60811
Published Artist(s): Orestes Graphics
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2019-05-16

Product Information

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Orestes Iray HDRI Skydomes - Hazy Afternoon is a set of five photographed (for ultimate realism) High dynamic range panoramic skies for lighting your Iray renders. Each HDR is 8K (8192 x 4096) and built with a wide range of brightness - up to 20 EV. The HDRs load with a click and also set the correct tone mapping as used in the promos.

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Installation Packages

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Orestes Iray HDRI Skydomes - Hazy Afternoon (Core)

  • You can find new icons for loading this product in the following DAZ Studio Folders:
    • “Light Presets:Orestes Iray HDRI Skies”
  • You can find new icons for this product in the following DAZ Studio Categories:
    • “Render-Settings:Iray”

Additional Details

  • Helpful Tips for Using HDRIs
    • First, if you aren't already, enable and use the Aux Viewport. (Window's Panes (Tabs) Aux Viewport) Put is somewhere where you can see it. If you have an older graphics card, make the window small. If you have a powerful card you can use it larger. Set this window drawstyle to NVIDIA Iray. This will give you a live render preview of your scene.
    • Apply an HDRI preset from the Content Library and open your render settings. In the 'editor' tab, go to the last in the list, Environment. These are the dials and settings to manipulate the dome. Use the 'Dome Rotation Dial' to turn the sky left or right. The slider is in degrees, so '90' would be opposite of '270', and '0' and '360'; are the same position. You should see the effect in the Aux window in real time, or nearly real time. You can also change the tilt with the Dome Orientation X. Y. and Z sliders. The Y is basically the same as the 'Dome Rotation Dial'. You can make changes in 10 degrees or so to see the effect.

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