DAZ Studio Pro BETA [Project Iradium] - version!



  • kyoto kidkyoto kid Posts: 28,977
    edited December 1969

    ...I usually use an ISO of 400 for indoor scenes (same as when I actually did real photography). I was heavily into available light photography and for extreme low light conditions would push the ISO higher, sometimes to 800 for hand held shots. Of course I had to shoot the entire roll at that pushed ("overclocked") speed.

    edited December 1969

    that helped a bit, but the shutter speed lowers and now it takes even longer to render.
    i can now somewhat see what im rendering, but starts from pitch black at 5, so it takes quite some time to see if i even got it right.
    might just give up for now and render with 3deight and and stuffed with HQ shaders

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