This video is my exploration into 3D camera movements within a virtual set. The focus of this video is camera work and lighting. There are three cameras in this video, a "master", and two traveling cameras that execute pans.
It seems that Lux can breath new life into Poser sets. I must admit that while this set looks only OK in a Poser render, it looks fairly realistic in a Lux render. I did no modeling or texturing in this video, I simply exported the set from Poser and Imported it into Blender. I downloaded the set from sharecg.com. It's creator, MrSparky, made the set freely available for commercial and non-commercial use.
Because Lux is a "light accurate unbiased" renderer, it calculates light using a scientific model. These calculations take a lot of time. In this render I was simply trying to get a preview of what the system can do. That is why this render is so grainy. The concept behind the unbiased render is that if you let it go long enough, it will approach realism.