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White background with vray?
show user profile  fadmission
I am wondering which part of my vray render setting is causing this dark grey background instead of a white one. I am using 3dsmax 2010 with vray sp4.

Here is the render:

Here are my current settings:

I am aiming to create something like this:

How can I change the grey into white?

Thanks!


P.S. I tried using this (below) and the background appears to be white in the render preview. But when I do the actual render, the background is grey.

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2/2/2011 4:34:46 AM (last edit: 2/2/2011 4:34:46 AM)
show user profile  nemac
Looky
http://www.aversis.be/tutorials/vray/essential_gamma_01.htm

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2/2/2011 4:41:42 AM (last edit: 2/2/2011 4:41:42 AM)
show user profile  Joey Parker Jr.
Apply a VRaymtlwrapper to the background plane.
Turn on Matte surface
Set Alpha contribution to -1.0
Turn on Shadows and Effect alpha.
Save as a .png file with alpha turned on.
Render.
You will now have an image with your can and it's shadow with an alpha channel.
Open in PS and add a white bkgd.
That's how your sample image was done.

Here's a pic:

 photo 2012-sig_small3_zpsbd114b69.png

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2/2/2011 5:20:28 AM (last edit: 2/2/2011 5:43:32 AM)
show user profile  Bolteon
also depending on how your scene is setup... keep in mind that exposure on your camera will augment the bg as well as the main subject.

-Marko Mandaric



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2/2/2011 7:09:35 PM (last edit: 2/2/2011 7:09:35 PM)
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