Photo-realistic Chairs, Part 10: Final Studio Rendering

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Instructor Mike Heighway

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You’ll add an HDRI sky image. You'll then bump up some of your Global Illumination settings and Physical Render settings to improve the overall quality of the final output. Lastly, you’ll take it into Photoshop for some final image manipulation.

HDRI’s can help add realism and subtle reflections and ambient coloring to the scene. In this video, you’ll add an HDRI, and some subtle Depth of Field in your camera. Both will help make an image more believable. Learn some subtle tricks and bump up your render settings for a beautiful final render. You’ll then pull the 32-bit image into Photoshop so you can see the dynamic range of your rendering.