Creating photos in Planner 5D was always an optional feature. While Planner 5D itself mainly is an easy to use floor plan and interior design tool for DIY interior lovers, HD photos allow everyone to visualise a newly created interior design. Therefore, Planner 5D team was instantly working hard to actually improve this feature so as everyone could compose even more beautiful visualisation of the created interiors. As things went, today we have an improved quality of HD snapshots, Android users are able to create an unlimited number of images straight on their devices with only one payment and no registration required, Windows 10 users will soon as well enjoy this possibility.
So, since HD images has come to the new level, I've decided to put together all the important moments to draw on a comprehensive guide for you.
Part1 - will be focused on lighting on your image and I will review the whole catalog of chandeliers, in order to save your time and money for testing and experimenting on how each chandelier actually works in HD images.
To begin with, here you go with brief tips on how to make your picture clean and reduce noise in your photography. Remember: to fully avoid noise in the photo actually is impossible and we are still working on it as well!
1. Count how many lamps do you have in your project.
So, actually while the rendering process Planner 5D will count how many lamps you have in your projects, meaning even if you choose a big chandelier with lots of small lamps or candles in it, the program counts every single unit in it. As a result, the more lamps you have the more noise you'll have in the photo.
Hence, I would recommend to use the least of lamps in your project. In case you've created a big project with couple of rooms, including kitchen, bathroom and etc. designs, simply make several copies of the exact project in order to create separate photos for each room. The number of lamps in each project is less, your image looks better.
2. Prioritise the natural light from the windows.
Use windows. Natural light that comes from the windows is way better than the light that comes from the lamps. Try to use wide and high windows, so that the light which comes from the window would cover the whole room. Even if the window is behind the camera, you'll still have a better quality of your captured image.
Capturing the room without a roof on it as well will give a better result.
3. Consider the type of the lamp you choose.
You have a big variety of light sources in the catalog to choose. For instance, some chandeliers have lamp bulbs directed to the ceilings, in that case the light won't cover the whole room and you'll have more noise in the picture.
A tip: some lamps can change the colour, so if you set a darker colour to the light bulb, the whole lamp will give less light, just in case you don't want it to shine bright.
Keep in mind: adjusting the size of the lamp won't give impact on power of the light.
For your convenience I've made HD snapshots of each chandelier, so take a look before choosing the right chandelier for your design.
Note: you are able to view the best, the trending and the fresh HD images created by our interior designers in the Gallery, as well as post your own one and get some feedback from other DIY interior lovers!
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Chandelier #s/1707 (changed size)