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Published on Feb 19, 2011
Mayas default Sun and Sky system is set up initially with a MIA_Exposure_Simple lens shader which does not really give you great control over the look of your scene. Instead, you may want to consider using the MIA_Exposure Photographic lens shader for gaining way more control over the final look, and to help you precisely fine tune textures and colors. In this tutorial by Stuart Christensen, we'll install and utilize an elegant MELscript by David Johnson of the DJX Blog, that will automate the process of connecting our Sun and Sky to the "ever so much better" MIA Exposure Photographic node, and review the settings and cover some common procedures for working with this camera tonemapper.