In this video, learn how to set up exposure compensation in 3ds Max so that the renderer will automatically assist with proper exposure.
- [Instructor] We also have to set up one more thing … before we get started and that's exposure control. … Now we can find this under rendering, exposure control. … Exposure control is essentially the controls that you put … on your virtual camera to brighten, … or reduce, the exposure in your scene. … Now you find this in the environment and effects menu … and here we have exposure control. … Now we have a bunch of different types of exposure control. … Some of these come from auto desk … and some of them come from the individual renders … that we're using. … Let's go down to VRay exposure control … and check that. … Now when we do, it makes it active … and it also turns the mode into photographic. … Now this is the default. … Photographic mode essentially gives you … all of the camera controls for exposure … that you would have on something like a digital SLR. … So you have your shutter speed. … You have your F number, which is how wide, or narrow … the lens opening is. … And you can use this for things such as depth of field. …
- 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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