3d indoor rendering a specific process
1: The first idea, such as what to do style, shape, tone architectural rendering
3: Start up lights
4: start map
5: Start the test rendering
6: Start to modify and then test
7: the satisfaction of rendering photon file
8: Call photon file plot to save the tif format map (recommended)
9: ps channel and then out of a plot diagram
10: Then the two images into the final disposal in the ps
11: OK, so as to be made photo-renderings, professional renderings
Simple, is not necessarily easy to do, as long as good science, and more practice
Given the model material, before setting up lights, or after, or synchronous. Or both. Metering sub-files when the textures are not to render the panel map first visible.
Synchronization can also, generally after the first light material
Photon file does not exist to test the photon file is eventually out of the big picture when used.
File when running photon, the map can not but be seen, the photon files also need parameters, only small size 3d house renderings