Positioning your scene view


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Positioning your scene view

When using any render engine, cameras and the positioning they are given in a scene will play a huge role in the quality of our final output. Because of this, we will more certainly want to make good use of any tools available that can help us position and control our camera's point of view, thus producing a more pleasing composition in our shots. In our start scene you can see that we have a poorly positioned camera view. Poor composition such as this will detract massively from our final render, even if the lighting and material work in our scene is the best we've ever produced.

Fortunately, Twilight has a tool that can help even the most novice of camera users create a pleasing shot very quickly indeed. This is the Position Scene View tool and if we come up to our Twilight toolbar, you can see we have an icon that allows us to enable this tool. Its purpose is to provide us with an overlay grid that can make using certain compositional rules, such as the rule of thirds, very ...

Positioning your scene view
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Positioning your scene view provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Brian Bradley as part of the SketchUp Rendering Using Twilight

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CAD
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SketchUp Twilight Render
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