Post by msteaqueen on May 18, 2015 13:48:34 GMT -5
Taking pictures in Sims 4 has been difficult for me, too and the lighting is just horrible. But that does not answer your question, if I'm creating a room (i.e. Living, bedroom) then I'll set-up a room. If it is a group of objects, then I'll create a space within a room. I have found a ceiling lamp that I like to use when I take pictures, it not that bright yellow light. The ceiling light I use is from TSR Severinka's SV Klarissa Bedroom.
I know this is not a lot of help, but you got the conversation started and maybe others will chime in with some useful information.
Post by munterbaconsims on May 18, 2015 21:50:00 GMT -5
What is it you're trying to take photos of? If it's paintings/posters you could try using notegain's Ambient Lightsmod, placing them just behind each painting makes the piece look really great.
Here's a screenshot of some wall hangings I used in conjunction with the above mod. I paired that with the light you get from artist career. And a touch of photoshoping (curves, brightness, contrast. That's all.)
Post by countrykris on May 18, 2015 22:39:08 GMT -5
I made a conversion of a sims 3 wall object and I made the bottles from debug buy able. I don't have Photoshop. For editing pictures i use Photo Scape. I just remember for in sims 3 there was a building someone created for doing pictures. It had the best lights already placed and spaced out. Was hoping for something for Sims 4.
I use Sweetfx to improve the lighting in my game -- it really works wonders on the terrible Ambient light in game. My issue is the in-game camera- free camera mode does not work in Sims 4 very well and it is difficult to zoom in on objects taking pictures without Sims on the lot (Sweetfx has a separate screenshot button that you must use in order for it to work). I typically build an empty room or shed on my occupied lot where I do screenshots in live mode so I can zoom in or pan out without the limitations present in build mode/w no sim on lot.. if I am uploading a lot I will upload it to my gallery and do screenshots of rooms once the lot is occupied while the Sim is at work. I really miss the Sims 3 lighting and the Sims 2 and 3 freecam mode. It made it so much easier to capture images of content, decor, or Sims in game.
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