3ds Max features advanced tools for photometric lighting. Learn how to light and render photorealistic exteriors and interiors in this course.
- [Aaron] Hi, I'm Aaron F. Ross, and I'm excited to share this course on 3ds Max: Advanced Lighting. Realistic lighting is easier, faster, and better than ever. Whether you're visualizing an architectural interior, or designing a background for animation, 3ds Max lighting tools give you the power to achieve your production goals and create a convincing illusion. In this course, we'll start with a conceptual overview of advanced lighting and rendering. Our 3ds Max projects include exterior daylight, image-based lighting, interior daylight, practical artificial lighting, studio techniques, and special effects.
Let's shed some light on the subject of light. Welcome to this course on 3ds Max: Advanced Lighting.
AuthorAaron F. Ross
- Photometric lighting and gamma correction
- High dynamic range and exposure control
- Global illumination
- Exterior daylight
- Image-based lighting
- Atmospheric effects
- Geometric backdrops and self-illumination
- Hiding the background for compositing
- Interior daylight
- Studio soft lighting
- Importing photometric data
- Light and shadow exclusion
- Mapping light with Projector Map
- Lens Effects
Skill Level Advanced
3ds Max 2017 Essential Trainingwith Aaron F. Ross9h 48m Appropriate for all
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2. Exterior Daylight
3. Photometric Interiors
Importing photometric data3m 48s
4. Studio Lighting and Effects
Next steps1m 8s
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