Introducing 20 Earth HDRIs: Elevate Your 3D and Visualization Projects
Product Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBlD5UVo-aU
Are you ready to transform your 3D scenes and visualizations with breathtaking Earth HDRIs? Dive into a world of immersive realism and captivating detail with my collection of 20 meticulously crafted 360° spherical maps, each showcasing the beauty of our planet from an orbital perspective.
Unmatched Resolution Options: Choose from a range of resolutions to suit your project needs:
Versatile File Formats: My HDRIs are provided in multiple formats to seamlessly integrate into your workflow:
EXR (32 bit)
HDR (32 bit)
JPG (8 bit)
Diverse Earthscapes at Your Fingertips
Explore the world from the comfort of your digital canvas. My HDRIs offer a diverse selection, featuring a wide range of Earth's wonders. From the vastness of Australia's desert to the mesmerizing depths of the oceans, the lush Amazon Rainforest, the icy splendor of Greenland, the iconic beauty of Italy, and the pristine landscapes of Canada – my collection showcases it all.
My Earth HDRIs are your passport to compatibility across a multitude of industry-standard programs. Whether you're working in Blender, Maya, 3Ds Max, Cinema 4D, Unreal Engine, Unity, After Effects, Nuke, DaVinci Resolve, or countless others, you'll find these HDRIs effortlessly integrated into your workflow.
The Advantages are Clear
High Quality: Immerse yourself in unparalleled realism. My HDRIs are crafted with meticulous attention to detail, ensuring exceptional quality for your projects.
Low Render Time: Say goodbye to endless waiting. These HDRIs are optimized for efficiency, reducing render times without compromising on quality.
Real-Time and Offline Renders: Whether you're working on real-time projects or rendering offline, our HDRIs perform flawlessly in both scenarios.
Instant Scene Enhancement: Elevate your scenes instantly. These HDRIs add depth, atmosphere, and authenticity to your visuals with just a few clicks.
Beyond their primary use in 3D modeling and visualization, my Earth HDRIs find applications in various fields. Architects can create lifelike renderings of architectural designs, game developers can infuse realism into virtual worlds, and filmmakers can set the stage for breathtaking cinematography.
Don't miss this opportunity to add a touch of Earth's beauty to your projects. Elevate your work to new heights with our Earth HDRIs. Unlock the potential of photorealism and create visuals that leave a lasting impression.
Experience the world like never before – order your Earth HDRIs today and let your creativity soar!
1: How do I add these HDRIs to my project?
Answer: Each program has a different way on how to add HDRIs. In most cases this is pretty simple and can easily be looked up online.
2: Why arent my shots looking like yours in the trailer?
Answer: Most of the shots in the trailer where shot with a relatively low focal length, like 20-35mm. Try changing the focal length of different results.
3: I'm having performance problems. What to do?
Answer: Working with such big files, like 8k and 16k can be quite heavy for your computer. I would advise to use lower res HDRIs when experimenting, and for the final render switch to the higher res.
4: Can I use the HDRIs for commercial projects?
Answer: Yes! As long as you dont just resell the HDRIs as they are, but use them in real projects or shots. For mor info, please read the license file delivered with the HDRIs.
5: What is the difference betwenn EXR, HDR and JPG?
Answer: Both EXR and HDR are 32bit images, which means you get a lot of Dynamic Range. The EXR files are a lot smaller then the HDR files, so I would recommend using them. In some Programs EXR is not supported, which is why I've included the HDR file format.
The JPG files are 8bit images, and are just meant as a backdrop, not for lighting the scene.
6: I cant see the sun. Where is it?
Answer: I intentionally did not include the sun in the maps, since you oftentimes don't want it in your shots.
Especially in 3D programs, this allows you to light your object with your own directional light, not having to worry about the rotation of the HDRI.