Working with depth of field


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Working with depth of field

Oftentimes, when rendering shots out of Twilight we will want to add a photographic effect that can enhance both the artistic and realistic aspects of our image. One way to do this would be by adding a photographic depth-of-field effect. We can accomplish this in a very straightforward manner using Twilight's tools. As Twilight's controls conform to general photographic principles, some experience working with cameras can go a long way when it comes to setting up a depth-of-field effect, but of course it isn't essential for us to work with the Twilight controls.

To work with those, we need to of course come up to the Twilight toolbar, click on the Open Twilight Render icon. That will bring the Render dialog up for us. Once in here, we need to come into the Camera Tab, because the primary tool we are interested in is this Camera F-Number option. This F-Number, or F-Stop, control, just as with a real camera, will control the depth-of-field effect in our scene. Just as with a real...

Working with depth of field
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Working with depth of field 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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