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A few quick thoughts from an architectural and technical illustrator and renderer on shadows & shadow colours: Shadow colour is complex, and is driven by a number of factors: local tone of the object onto which the shadow is being cast, the colours of the various direct light sources in the space, and the incident or bounced light colour contributions ...


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Nice compositing btw, congratulations. Every "color" has color, even black. But to be more precise we could refer as hue when the color is not completely unsaturated. Yes, it can, because in the case of the plant, it has more than one light source, so the light behind the vase has a warm tone on it. You can also note the warm tone of the "shadow" part of ...


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The shadow should not be plain gray, but should instead take the shade of its surrounding area. That's because of color temperature in the image, which in strong sunlight can take a slight yellow tint. Then during processing, like importing via Camera Raw, you can further manipulate the tint in a photo, which affects everything, including shadows. Then, ...


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