This is a true picture of a pen or image created with a software? (for example, SolidWorks Visualize)
I think this is a photograph.
this part is very natural.
render can be done with but who deals with this detail.
It could be either. Visualize can be that good. However I would expect the background to be in better focus if it was Visualize.
It's an rendering (for sure) using a foto as a backplate. The cameras DOF setting works well for backplates too.
picture. I would expect it to be same orientation of the pen in both of them (and just changing backplates). and it just look like picture - it's my feeling:)
The pen has a distinct lack of an engineer's bite/chew marks caused by their boss' repeated requests of "is the project finished yet" i.e. definitely a rendering.
Background look too blurry.
Blurriness too uniform.
Pen look too sharp.
Whole background is out of focus, evenly.
No ISO artifact.
… and saved as PNG - not JPEG or RAW - like any camera would do...
PNG with tons of JPEG compression artifact.
This is no decal. This is a simple reflection of the surrounding. Visualize is a ray tracer!
A month ago i made 2 quick images to proof the ability of handling large assemblies in Visualize. Photo-realism was NOT the goal of these renderings. But have a look at the background. DOF settings works fine on model and on the environment as well:
I didn't say decal. This is a photo taken with a camera.
renderings have clear lines.
If it is in the picture, it is unclear, and has a wavy appearance.
Reflection on the pen didn't 'reflect' the background.
Too flat for all the house and trees.
The pen cannot be that straight, on the reflection.
This is a photo.
Not clear, the lines are dashed.
(I can't explain exactly because my English is bad.)
Rendering: colors sharp, vivid, surface clear.
(ie nobody wastes time with this detail.)
Ah! Detail, not decal - now i understand what you mean. And wich detail you mean...
You can see the different in JPEG artifact (result of compression) between both pen.
Artifact only appear on the pen but no where else on the photo.
My 'photo' has minimum JPEG artifact.
May be a photo of a real pen in front of two different pictures. The background does look flat, the lighting and shading don't look consistent between the pen and the background.
Top picture is real ... Bottom is a rendering.
That's my guess.
1. They are .jpg files of 4160 x 3120 exactly matching a Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II (13MP)
2. The reflections in the pen match the surroundings.
3. The Solidworks lettering when blown up is clearly silk-screened as a real pen would be.
I believe they are not renders, they are both real pictures.
I agree with Keith. 1 of each. Top is photo. Lettering is "perfectly - imperfect"...with subtle scratches along edges. Bottom is render. Perspective seems off a bit, and while DOF is more exaggerated and possibly masking the lettering imperfections (on purpose!?), the lettering seem too clean to be a real pen:
I would say top picture is photo, while bottom picture is render.
From top picture:
Printing of Lettering has some slight imperfections (which I would expect from a real world object):
While the bottom picture has some reflections that don't make sense to me....making me assume that the render of the pen was dropped into the picture with a dog:
The tree shadows look wrong to me.
The only way I can see either 100% right or 50% wrong is by saying they are both done in Visualize, because everything that everybody points out can be a manipulation with lighting and environment..
Absolutely I agree Dan Pihlaja
I agree with Keith, Ron, Dan.
The reflections in the chrome rings don't follow the form is the 2nd picture. Maybe it's because it was used only a backplate, not an environment.
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