Quote from: Yeah, I can write about that. First of all the Keyshot HDRI editor is my top choice if there is need for great lighting in the smallest amount of time. Only for a few projects I like to spend much more time on tweaking the lighting of a rendering though and then I prefer HDRLS because of the fluidity- it feels like the equivalent to a video game with a steady 60fps framerate if that makes sense? For example in a highpoly KS scene with many transperencies the framerate can drop alot and that affects the of pins in the HDRI editor as well as everything else in the scene which is breaking my flow and giving me grey hair! There are a ton of light presets like softboxes or studiolights like from a real photographer that can be dragged and dropped from a library that is visible on the screen at any time and just look very nice.
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