Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 88mphTim, Oct 21, 2013.
thank you!...if anyone wants that skin. here it is :
Oreca 07, endurance pack.
Download at Racedepartment. https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/s397-oreca-07-lmp2-larbre-comp.21682/
Thank you to @Highlandwalker
Your welcome glad you like it. Do you think the white could be a bit brighter. If so I will update it.
Very nice shots lately. But I must admit that RF2 has this grainy and dark look to it - like watching the screen through dark green sunshades or something. I feel like turning on the lights...Lots of details are hidden. If somehow they could remove that green tint and make the image brighter. It would do wonders I think. Eg:
I somewhat agree about the green tint, that is still noticable especialy with clear skies. But I am not sure how the game would look throughout different light conditions when the green gets removed and the image brightened. Tested a bit with Le Mans and Road Atlanta with changing TOD recently and it was pretty nice, especialy at night. Do you have a night shot at hand with your image edits? Someone posted a ReShade preset recently, wich tried to solve the problems but it injected purple tint in some situations, wich can also be seen in your screenshot. At the end the change needs to happen in the core engine, because otherwise we end up with HDR profiles again.
And some tracks may get even uglier if they go brigther, Portugal for example I think could look horrible. And then on the average user PC that dont run with reflections and AA on max this could look even worse, the dark image helps to hide part of this I guess.
Those screen shots looks amazing tho, wish they could do that in the game really.
I don't know why you insist on the fact that Estoril is guly and will get even uglier, but to each his own.
For the fact that the track was build using tech from 2009 it looks decent, especialy after the last revamp with new curb textures and all the other little stuff. I quite enjoy driving the track and the scenery and detail next to the track while driving is pretty crips and clear and there is no reason to hide anything. The problem with boosting up the image brightness is that some stuff will get blown out. Looking at the image with the LMP2 that Mibrandt edited it is taken at a time of day with pretty noticable long shadows, wich indicates low sun conditions. For such a situation boosting up the brightness will lead to wonky stuff in full sun conditions.
And Idk why you focus on the wrong point. That was just an example as it is an official track, and that makes it obvious I was pointing at how many of the track mods could look sorry for not being clear enough.....
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