Once the images are rendered, you can import them into Photoshop and set up the composite. In this video, learn how to bring all the layers together into Photoshop and start the composite.
- [Instructor] If everything went properly, … you should have all of your renders … in the Render Output folder. … Now it's time to bring all of those into Photoshop … so we can finalize our image. … I have four images out here, House_AO, HERO, … SELECT and REFLECT, so I'm going to make sure I select … all of these and I'm just going to drag them into Photoshop, … so I should have a HERO, AO, SELECT, and REFLECT. … Now my HERO image is my master image … and, typically, I like to treat this … as a photograph and develop it first … and then use the other layers … The first thing I'm going to do … is go to this background layer and duplicate it. … The reason I'm doing that is just so … that we have a master copy in the background layer. … This background copy, I can double-click on it, … and rename it HERO so we know what it is. … For this, I like to use the Camera Raw filter, … under Filter, Camera, Raw. … This gives me a lot of control over … how the image is developed. … I can do stuff like exposure. …
- Setting up V-Ray
- Setting up environmental lighting
- Adding sunlight to a scene
- Rendering a hero pass
- Creating reflection and selection passes
- Adding ambient occlusion
- Lighting for night
- Setting up a matte pass
- Adjusting light, shadow, and reflections
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Set Up the Scene and Environment
2. Lighting for Daytime
3. Daytime Rendering and Compositing
4. Lighting for Night
5. Night Rendering and Compositing
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