1. Vray lights helped created the ambience and reflections within the scene.
2,3,4. When the Vray lights bounce off of a spherical object, it creates soft lights.
1. Vray light - makes main lights and reflections in the scene.
2,3,4. Vray light - bounce off of a spherical object, it creates soft lights.
Because I wanted to make a soft reflection, I made sure that the Vray light's diffuse was "on" and that the spectacular and reflection were both "off."
The shape of the Hummer is not round, but rather it has a flat shape.
So, I used this method (mentioned above) to try and create a more softer reflection, and in turn create an image that has more volume.
5. Vraylight- I searched for the areas where it looked too dark or had little reflection and decided whether or not I needed to add or take out more light.
6. Spot light- I made the background brighter to help separate the car from the background. I also added color to the light to create an overall atmosphere.
Even if there was a studio filled with people on set who were able to catch every angle of the scene, it would still be hard work. I had to constantly remember to set the light according to where I will be setting the camera. This outlines the progress of my work, and I hope that it is a helpful resource for you. Thank you very much.