Synthetic photography.

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Hi.
First, I constructed a virtual camera with the program (very complex).
Then I proyect a sketch with the program (simple, is still a sketch).

Then I take a photograph of the scene with a physical renderer and take the ortographic perspective of the negative (is not possible yet to obtain photo-quimic events for totally analogic results). So the program calculate the scene out there and I captured the light that tresspass 53 mediums of specular materials, glasses, coatings, diaphragm, ...

The concept of the sketch starts with a proyect called S-50. More a dream than nothing else. A playground for kids constructed with plastic and resins (resignia), concrete, ...

But a visual search and the organic feelings let me call it "The Worm´s Garden (gärgäntä)". The tematic has at this level a very dark aspect.

The objective is a functional model of a Canon 24 mm II USM mounted in a Canon EF, with a Canon APS-C film (22.1 mm wide) in panavision format.
F-stop 8.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 16, 2024 22:22:11

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The first picture has 1:20 hours, this one has 20 hours of rendering!!! (I know...)
I feel that the sketch needs a new perspective.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 14, 2024 01:39:22

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A take of another proyect called O-55, still in development.
1:30 of rendering.
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This is super interesting. How did you build the lens? Did you get CAD data from Canon? Or did you model it yourself?

Have you tried some simple, maybe less interesting, test to see how your model compares to the real thing?
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Hi, thanks for the warm.

Some time ago I rendered this approximation. Without welding points. I liked the "trepidation" (through motion blur) effect.
Is very difficult to contrast with a real photograph the progresses.
Is also exciting to obtain a synthetic photography (yesterday I see that this term is used for another purpose actually). Maybe it must be called too "real digital photography", as it only is an electronic process in a computer.

I model the lenses with a diagram from internet, is an approximation. I´m pretty sure that with the adequate Canon information about lenses definition and real tabulation information of spectrums it will be a faithful consideration.
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Wow, that is impressive.

Now you can design lenses that are impossible to build in the real world do to the limits of physics.
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Yes, I can experiment with a great variety of things over these schemes, but I only can describe physics (because of the nature of the renderer...).

The Worm´s Garden (gärgäntä).
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 16, 2024 22:22:32

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Cathedral.

This is another proyect in progress. It is a Cathedral made of plastic. Is in an early stage of development, I need to learn a bit of houdini to distribute correctly the pneumatic union parts of the modules.

Is a long run to produce a complete study, I will posting photographys from time to time...

Canon 24 mm, F-stop 22.
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I want to reproduce the motion blur effects of this old nocturn study of a more advanced stage (losted).

The first picture is a traditional render.
The second is a recent study with a camera (same Canon 24 mm II USM objective).
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Film size 22.1 x 22.1 mm.
Ortographic camera size 35.1 x 35.1 mm.

Camera body material, phong , black, roughness 0.8.
Film material, difusse, pure white.

You are seeing the film, the shadow of the film over the back of the interior body camera, and the complete proyection of the lenses.
A photograph is like this, a circle inscribed in a square. Then you can choose a cropped format...

This description describes a very special motion blur, far from a traditional render...

Canon 24 mm, 8 hours.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 16, 2024 22:19:25

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HÖH.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 16, 2024 22:20:14

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Protoestudios, silla.
Based in the Joseph Kosuth concept of "One and three chairs·.
Sigma 56mm lens system.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 14, 2024 01:40:55

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O-55.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 14, 2024 01:42:36

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Prötöstudies (chäïr).
300 hours of rendering...
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 16, 2024 15:44:15

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First view of O-55.
The proyect is close to be finished. Maybe about 5 images would be enough.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 14, 2024 01:42:03

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PrötöStudies O-SS.
View 1.

Zenith 73º.
Canon EF 24 mm.
35 hours of rendering.

The vignetting is not a fake but the product of the simulation of the camera. Double diaphragm, one with F-stop 4 and 2 mm back another with a F-stop 8.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 16, 2024 15:49:40

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View 2.
24 hours of simulation.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 16, 2024 20:32:57

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PrötöStudies Cölëctör.

Sigma 56 mm objective.
7:15 hours of simulation.


Canon 24 mm objective.
24 hours of simulation.
Edited by yonosoy - Feb. 23, 2024 20:12:20

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PrötöStudies The nude läünch.

Sigma 56mm.
30 hours of simulation.

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