Learn about producing the final rendered image.
- [Instructor] We've made all our adjustments.…Now let's render the finished artwork.…To do that, we go from the design view into the render view.…We can set the quality.…We've got the choice of low, high, and medium.…Let's use low for now,…because we're only rendering out a small image.…We can also choose how we want to export it,…either with a Photoshop document, or as a PNG,…or as a 32-bit Photoshop document,…which will have a higher image fidelity.…
We need to set the export path…and the defaults to save the image on your Desktop,…irrespective of where the file you're working on is located.…We'll click on that…and set the path.…I'll go back to the folder I was working in before,…and it will always call it untitled.…So, you must give it a name, otherwise, each file you render…will overwrite the previous rendered files called untitled.…
We'll click Save,…and now we can start to render…by clicking the Render button.…It has a good old think about it first,…and then it'll show us the background…before placing our models into that background.…
- Building a scene
- Adding a primitive object and changing its proportions
- Adjusting lighting and reflection
- Adding a translucent texture to a liquid object
- Importing a custom model and sizing it
- Adjusting the field of view
- Using keyboard shortcuts to improve your workflow
- Using the Magic Wand tool
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Product Photographywith Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke1h 29m Intermediate
1. Building a Scene
2. Creating a Cereal Box
3. Setting Your Own Viewpoint
4. Adjusting the Field of View
5. Advanced Techniques
Where to get 3D models1m 30s
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