Managing the exposure of white products

Find out how to adjust the exposure of your visuals on your white products in Omi.

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Written by Laurie Felicio
Updated over a week ago

Discover in this article how to manage the exposure of your white products in the Omi studio.

Summary:


Step 1: Specialized lights for white products

Here's the procedure for using the right lights:

  1. Place your product in the scene

  2. Click on the Lights tab

  3. Choose the appropriate light for your white products (list below)

Here's a list of neutral lights to avoid overexposure with your white products ↓

Noon

Standard

No light with studio reflection 28

No light with studio packshot reflection


Step 2: Post-process your renders to reduce overexposure

If your render is overexposed, you can post-process it with the Edit tool and use the following parameters to correct this effect:

  • Brightness

  • Saturation

  • Contrast

  • Highlights

  • Gamma

  • Exposure

  • Sharpness

Here's an overexposed render without post-production.

Here's a corrected render with post-production.

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You can save your edits with Edit to be able to return to these edits later!

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