HDR and Textures FAQ

GiantCowFilms posted this on Monday, November 23rd 2015 at roughly 1 o'clock in the afternoon

Q: Why are you doing this?

I’m doing this for fun and in the hope that someone might find these useful. I often get things done thanks to free resources, and I would like to do my part.

Q: Can I share these on my website?

Yes, you can, but please link here – its not required, but It would mean a lot. You can even bundles these with commercial products.

Q: Why don’t you charge money?

I got 50 times my money back by using other people’s free assets.

Q: Are your HDRs as good as commercial HDRs?

These are better and worse then some. HDRs that capture the full dynamic range are quite rare, and therefore in that light these are exceptional, however they do also have their flaws. I could and would have spent more money on gear for shooting a commercial product, and they would have been better; however, these are by no means low quality.

Q: These were exactly what I needed for my project, is there anything I can do to support you?

You can make and share quality assets under CC0/Public Domain licenses. If you send me the link, I may, if they are good, post a back link.

Q: Can I get a higher resolution copy of one of your HDRs

Please contact me, specifying the output dimensions you want (if they are too big I will send you the fullsize) I will send you a temporary download link. Sadly due to space limitations I cannot keep large file copies on the server indefinitely.

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