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Interior lighting hazy...

Llian
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I used the recessed spot 20 with a 35% main intensity and 80% visible light but the photorendering is hazy.

What do I have to do to remove the "haziness"? 

Also, what its the difference between the lighting adjustment in the photorendering settings and the recessed spot light setting? 

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Lilian Seow

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Interior-Architecture and BIM Management

AC20 USA | 27- macOS 10.14.6| 4 GHz Intel Core i7| 32 GB RAM | Archicad-user since 1994!
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Thank you Lasslo…

 

Wrt the haziness, I’ve resolved it. It was the glazing wall! 

Lilian Seow

LEED AP | cSBA

Interior-Architecture and BIM Management

AC20 USA | 27- macOS 10.14.6| 4 GHz Intel Core i7| 32 GB RAM | Archicad-user since 1994!

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Laszlo Nagy
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I do not have an answer for the hazyness. 

The difference between the lighting adjustment in the photorendering settings and the recessed spot light setting is that whatever you set in the Lamp Settings Dialog affects only that specific Lamp element, while PhotoRendering settings changes will affect all elements in the Rendering Scene.

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Solution

Thank you Lasslo…

 

Wrt the haziness, I’ve resolved it. It was the glazing wall! 

Lilian Seow

LEED AP | cSBA

Interior-Architecture and BIM Management

AC20 USA | 27- macOS 10.14.6| 4 GHz Intel Core i7| 32 GB RAM | Archicad-user since 1994!

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