Lighting shot 2: Pasting a lighting setup and making adjustments


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Lighting shot 2: Pasting a lighting setup and making adjustments

The thrashing light shots are going to get the same lighting setup as shot 3. We will copy and paste this setup into shot A, make our tweaks, and then repeat that process for shots B and C. Let's start by opening up the starting point for shot 2A. I'll go to File > Open. In my Chapter 9 Exercise Files folder, I'm going to go to shot-002-2-A-finanim and open that up. So that's got our shark attacking the screen and it has just the regular default render setup in it. So let's open up the end file for shot 3 lighting.

We go to the File menu > Open and let's open up shot-003-lighting_END. This file was the end result of the first four movies of this chapter and it's included in the project files. Just like in the previous movie what I'd like to do is copy and paste certain elements from this file into shot 2A. So the elements I am going to need are the shark light, a Environment object, holding down the Ctrl key, oh don't forget the Light Target, the e...

Lighting shot 2: Pasting a lighting setup and making adjustments
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Lighting shot 2: Pasting a lighting setup and making adjustments provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo

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