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V-Ray Camera in Orthographic
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Using a traditional 3DS Max camera with a VRay Sun in the scene, the rendering is washed out bleached.

So I use the Vray Physical Camera. However, I HAVE to take orthographic shots for elevations.

I can't figure out how to apply it (if it can). I've seen orthographic renderings with Vray, and I found the camera settings feature in the Vray Tab under the Render dialogue that gives "Cylinder (Ortho)", but I don't know how to make that apply to any cameras.

If I can't use a Physical Camera, how do I use a Max Camera with Vray Sun without it washing out? I want it to look like a Physical Camera quality.

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4/25/2008 9:20:45 AM (last edit: 4/25/2008 9:20:45 AM)
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you can take the intensity of your sun and bring it way down, to like .003 or something, that should make it usable with a regular camera. -

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4/25/2008 10:53:51 AM (last edit: 4/25/2008 10:53:51 AM)
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