What you see below is completely an Iray rendering. (There is no photoshop here!)
Nvidia Iray simulates light and material based on real world physics. This makes Iray a great tool for bridging the gap between photography and computer generated imagery. Think of yourself as a virtual photographer, as the principles of light and shadow behave as they would in the real world. And the best part is that Iray render technology is scalable with the Nvidia GPU. This is essential for complex computations involved with accurately simulating lighting and material properties.
I’ll go into more detail about specifics of the rendering process in future posts.
Posted by Jay Axe