Join Rob Garrott for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating depth of field, part of Cinema 4D R14 Essential Training: 3 Cameras Animation and Deformers.
Depth of field is a term that's used in photography to describe how much of an image is in or out of focus. …An image that's all in focus is said to have a lot of depth of field, an image that is …only partially in focus is said to have very shallow depth of field. …In CINEMA 4D, there are three techniques for getting depth of field. …Two of them involve using CINEMA 4D's own Render Engine and one technique involve using …a Filter in After Effects. …I'm going to cover the first two techniques in CINEMA 4D in this video and we'll talk …about the third technique later on in the Essentials Training series.…
So I've got a very simple grid set up here and I've got a camera already set up in the scene. …And you'll notice that there is a group of green objects here. …And I've set these green objects at the focal distance from the camera. …If I select my Camera and go to the Object Properties and look at the Focus Distance. …That is this plane right here and you could see that there's a row of objects that line …
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