Author Topic: using photoshop to make a ceiling a solid color with no shadows  (Read 837 times)

2024-04-27, 17:35:03

bkjernisted

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I was told this can be done in photoshop. Can somone tell me how to do this or send me a link on how to do it?

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Brent

2024-04-27, 17:52:27
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Lasso region and flood fill?
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2024-04-30, 14:35:28
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You can render your scene with a mask (render element) where the ceiling will be a single color (for example pure white or pure red). Then you can just select that mask in Photoshop and fill it with a color.
If that's not what you are looking for, maybe you could explain what exactly you would like to achieve. Then others may be able to help you with a specific workflow.
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