Aversis Variation HDRI Pack
The 'Variation Pack' HDRI Collection is a selection from all the available spherical maps. It contains a lot of variation in the environments.
Why Choose Aversis HDRI Maps?
- Very High Dynamic Range
Many HDRI's fail to capture a very wide range of light. You can easily see this when opening the HDRI in Photoshop or HDR Shop, and lowering the exposure of the map. The brightest areas should stay bright even when the darker regions already turn to black. Especially when the sun is involved, you should see a tiny spot of light in a completely black image. Many HDRI's however have their brightest areas fading to grey when you lower the exposure. This means that they don't capture the full dynamic range of the scene, which will reflect in poor shadows and less realistic reflections.
- High Resolution
All the maps are 3000*1500px Equirectangular images. This resolution even allows you to use the HDRI as a background image (not for high resolution prints though). This resolution is more than enough for highly detailed reflections and very accurate lighting solutions.
- Perfect Image Quality
Since these maps are not created with a mirrored ball, image quality is very good and there are no artifacts caused by photoshop or anything when trying to mask out the photographer, or trying to blend different maps together.
- Preview Options
For each HDRI you can see a small preview of the complete map, or even a panoramic viewing option for the full 360° images. There's also a rendered sample so you can inspect how lighting and reflections look like on different materials.
Click the Images below to view the Spherical HDRI Map
Misc Product Info
|Type:||full spherical 360° environment|
|Resolution (px):||3000*1500 pixels|
|Dynamic Range:||14 EV (1/1000-8s)|
|Creation method:||fisheye lens|