This unique HDRI pack was created on one hot and humid August day by artist Miro Leon Bucher of YaBu Studio in Seoul, South Korea. More precisely, the 360-degree images were taken in one of Korea’s most meaningful historic palaces, namely Changdeokgung Palace. They give unique historical insight and a rare opportunity to use their light data and reflections in 3D renderings for artists and designers worldwide. While the harsh weather conditions made the recording rather tricky, only a few visitors came to the sight, allowing these exclusive shots during the daytime. This HDRI pack is not just supposed to be a great companion for 3D artists’ work but may further inspire and raise curiosity about the cultural and historical implications of the location.
We’re extremely excited to let you virtually step into this unique location and see what you do with this special HDRI pack. Tag us @yabu_studio on Instagram or our other social media accounts, so we can see your inspiring results!
Renderings that use the Korean Palace HDRI Pack
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