How to fix underexposed backgrounds

Lesson by Ciro Sannino | Official 5SRW study material



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Problem
If you add a background (in view > viewport background)
probably come out dark or underexposed, according to your V-Ray Camera.

 

Solution
Don’t let V-Ray Camera affecting your background:
just disable “Affect backgroud” in color mapping – check the picture below

 

Note: By default this option is enabled. In case you use some bitmap as background, disable it to avoid underexposed backgrounds.


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