Using preset lighting setups


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Using preset lighting setups

Here we have our scene with our robots on top of the building composited nicely together. Now, the one thing that would really bring this to life would be to add some fantastic lighting to it. And, we're going to do that in Cinema 4D. If you want to follow along, you can open up Chapter 11 Start.aep. I'm going to select my robots, and hit Command D, or Control E on Windows. To open up chapter 11 start.c4D where we can see the elements within the scene. Now there is one light in there and that light was created by After Effects and then imported in as part of a Cinema 4D scene.

When I exported and After Effects comp. Now if we render that, Cmd+R or Ctrl+R on Windows. You can see how it's looking, it's not looking great, we really need to add some lighting. If I switch off that point light. You can see what the point light is contributing. Not a lot, really. It's creating a few shadows and that's about it. Now, probably a good idea to keep that on because the angle is taken from the o...

Using preset lighting setups
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Using preset lighting setups provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Angie Taylor as part of the CINEMA 4D Lite for After Effects: Getting Started

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