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epiLight (Lighting Rigs)

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This rocks! Just what I was looking for and not complicated! Thank you for all your hard work.
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I know I may actually rate too much, bud dude I greatly appreciate the talent and time cost put into all your items - there's so much that has to go into all these epi uploads and I'm ecstatic and grateful you're willing to share this all with us man ty ty ty!
epi.noah
epi.noah
Thank you, I appreciate it :)
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I'm still wrapping my head around the entire epiUniverse of files, but I greatly appreciate your work (and explanations!) on VR performance vs. high-quality "photography". Many thanks for your contributions to the community!
epi.noah
epi.noah
Thank you for the review :)
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best lighting, i use it all the time
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Very nice! Thank you!
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Great rigs mate, i use them alot thx!
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The new VR 360 Light Sub Scenes are great! Thanks!
epi.noah
epi.noah
Thank you for the review!!
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Thank you for the update without your lights my models would not look the ways they do thank you.
epi.noah
epi.noah
Thank you for the nice review!
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Thank you
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Thanks, I will try these out. I am always looking for good lighting in Vam for design work, these look like they should do the trick. Thanks.
epi.noah
epi.noah
I'd say 3p or 3p+ for photography; 4p (ultra), 3s1p (high), 4s (medium) or 2s1d (low) for VR depending on the performance level of your hardware. 3p and 3p+ look as good as 4p for still photos (if not better) but 4p looks better if you wanna also move behind the model and check the subject from the back. 4s might be the quality/performance winner as it's based on spot lights.
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