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Summary

In this chapter, you learned to place and adjust photometric lights in the scene. This type of light shares many of the same properties as real lights, such as the intensity and the attenuation values. You also learned to enable the Radiosity renderer, which calculates the effects of bounced light from photometric lights from surface to surface within the scene.

In addition, you learned that radiosity lighting requires the use of exposure control tools that regulate the amount of light striking the “film” of the renderer by adjusting the overall brightness levels or by adjusting contrast controls.


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