Killer new feature in HDR Light Studio
HDR Light Studio has been around for a while now. It’s a specialized lighting tool with some amazing features - but there’s one killer feature that (to me) stands out among everything else. That’s the ability to choose MODO, V-Ray (coming shortly) or Octane as the interactive renderer within the HDRLS interface. No more alt-tabbing back and forth with MODO, re-loading environment images, guessing what the image will look like when using the renderer that comes with HDRLS.
It’s really game changing IMO…now you can really sit down, dig in and work on your lighting while viewing your final rendered image. It’s big IMO, and the final piece of the puzzle for this software.
In this video I just go over some basics, but I’ll be back with some more in-depth videos using this amazing lighting software. You can take it for a test run over at the link below. There’s also a new (or newish) Subscription option (including one for Indie Studios) that I think is fair and presents a ton of value. I really tend to think of HDRLS as the ‘Substance Designer’ of Lighting. Like I said - check it out.