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payden
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I've been having trouble getting ample lighting in interior renderings, I've used Thea spot lights, point light and IES Light and I've also tried applying emitting material . Are there some settings and/or light components that give better light then the default light/settings? Or maybe something I'm completely missing???

Thanks in advance

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Hi Payden,

you don't give much information to help you.
Maybe you should share some images here along with the settings you set (lights / engine / display...)
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From personal xperience I say this to whoever wants to learn Archviz... Learn photography concepts especially the trinity of shutterspeed, aperture and ISO. After that learn composition and color theory. It will help in producing better Archviz renders especially with tools like Thea which mimics real world camera and light bounces.
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