July 12, 2018, 12:04:07 pm
A recent convertion of a former chapel to apartments - this one proved tricky to find a good camera angle (if to match 'real world' viewing points). So perhaps some slightly dodgey camera work. Breaking up brickwork with tree shadowing helped (additional trees just to cast shadows added to seperate layers and controlled 'per-shot' through 'layer visibility').
Having completed this a few weeks back - with 'fresh eyes' I guess it could have benefited from something such as chandeliers to break up some of the blackness in the windows; maybe vases on sills etc. Or atleast some downlighters/interior lighting of some sort. Be good if there were maybe some interior light set ups in library (with emissive materials for bulb element).
And a 'refresh your eyes' button - so we don't have to wait a week to see our obvious mistakes !