Harnessing tone mapping, exposure, and gamma


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Harnessing tone mapping, exposure, and gamma

Tone mapping is simply the modification of an image to control the representation of the brightest and darkest values found in the pixels. Oftentimes, tone mapping is used to achieve a particular look or style for a final image. To access Twilight's tone mapping controls, we need to open up the Render dialog. So, let's come up to the Twilight toolbar and click on the Open Twilight Render icon. Here, as you can see, we have a render of our scene. This was taken using the easy 10 preset, which of course is a progressive unbiased method.

If we select the Camera tab, you can see at the end of the bottom we have our Tone Mapping controls. If we take a look at the options in the dropdown, you can see we have three choices available to us. At this moment in time, the render you're looking at is making use of this first option, which is None. As the name suggested, this mode produces an as-is image. No alteration of pixel values is taking place. And of course, as you can see, we have no ...

Harnessing tone mapping, exposure, and gamma
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Harnessing tone mapping, exposure, and gamma provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Brian Bradley as part of the SketchUp Rendering Using Twilight

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