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a photographers question
show user profile  debodeebs
looking at this image below could someone tell me what lens or what ever in the vray physical properties can make an image wide like this one? looking at the distance from each wall to the end of the bath id say the bathroom is about 12ft wide, im trying to get the same camera angle but its impoosible unless i make my bathroom about 20ft wide which i dont want.

any ideas?

thank you




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7/27/2013 1:13:32 PM (last edit: 7/27/2013 1:13:32 PM)
show user profile  STRAT
Looks fairly standard. A 35, 50 or 75mm could easily replicate this. I dont understand your problem? That room is easily 15-20 ft wide. 12 ft is the size of a snooker table. You'd happily squeeze 1 and then some in there.

I think your issue is how far back you must stand without stupid camera distortion?





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7/27/2013 2:36:13 PM (last edit: 7/27/2013 2:38:15 PM)
show user profile  debodeebs
ye getting the right camera angle can be just as vital as material and lighting lol, your probably right with the room being 15-20ft and not 12ft
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7/27/2013 4:25:22 PM (last edit: 7/27/2013 4:25:22 PM)
show user profile  ScotlandDave
It looks as if they`ve used a fairly standard lens as Strat says prob around 50mm but removed the back wall to have the camera far back enough to take in the whole width of the room..



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7/27/2013 4:26:48 PM (last edit: 7/27/2013 4:26:48 PM)
show user profile  Westcoast13
Or set a clipping plane on the camera.


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7/28/2013 8:55:24 AM (last edit: 7/28/2013 8:55:24 AM)
show user profile  FX
Looks like there's some kind of "Dolly Zoom" going on, it reminds me of the film zoom effect that brings the background closer, while the subject stays in the same position.
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7/28/2013 12:36:03 PM (last edit: 7/28/2013 12:36:03 PM)
show user profile  Bobbyboy
As the others have said, this does indeed look as if it has been rendered with a rather longer focal length lens from a longer distance, this results in a rather compressed perspective. What focal length is anyones guess but I would say around 50 - 80mm in 35mm terms


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7/28/2013 3:51:28 PM (last edit: 7/28/2013 3:51:28 PM)
show user profile  debodeebs
thanks guy's,
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7/28/2013 8:24:03 PM (last edit: 7/28/2013 8:24:03 PM)
show user profile  debodeebs
is there a bug in max 2014? the tile map does not work at all. it works fine in 2009 but in 2014 no matter what i try it does not work
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7/28/2013 9:00:14 PM (last edit: 7/28/2013 9:00:14 PM)
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