Author Topic: Achieving the photographic look tutorial  (Read 11495 times)

2015-01-07, 10:06:56

BBB3viz

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Hi Folks,
Just a small heads-up that I've written an extensive, layman-language guide to how to achieve a photographic final look in renders. It is renderer-agnostic and includes examples that use different renderers, including Corona.
See what you think and let me have your comments.
Best, Bertrand
« Last Edit: 2015-06-02, 12:35:38 by maru »

2015-01-07, 10:54:32
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Ondra

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Great. I've fixed the link for you
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2015-01-07, 11:28:06
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Hi Folks,
Just a small heads-up that I've written an extensive, layman-language guide to how to achieve a photographic final look in renders. It is renderer-agnostic and includes examples that use different renderers, including Corona.
See what you think and let me have your comments.
Best, Bertrand

You are a god among mortal men. :)

Many thanks for taking the time to create something like this.

2015-01-07, 12:44:26
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2015-01-07, 12:47:23
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2015-01-07, 13:59:40
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Paulito

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Well written, thanks for sharing Bertrand.

2015-01-17, 11:37:38
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druwee

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excellent read, especially in the morning when my mind is sharp and keep for even the most advanced concepts. thanks a lot

2015-01-17, 22:50:16
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Looks like Elvis has left the building

I don't get Bertrand he's made a post like that and doesn't bother to follow it up by answering questions asked on his own blog .... 
« Last Edit: 2015-01-18, 01:48:58 by photomg1 »

2015-06-02, 09:12:02
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thank you for the tutorial, really good one

2015-06-02, 11:25:15
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jpafrancisco

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Hello the link seem to be now working :(

2015-06-02, 11:42:08
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Rimas

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Hi Folks,
Just a small heads-up that I've written an extensive, layman-language guide to how to achieve a photographic final look in renders. It is renderer-agnostic and includes examples that use different renderers, including Corona.
See what you think and let me have your comments.
Best, Bertrand

The link is now broken... :(
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2015-06-02, 12:35:35
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Try this one, it helped for me. I just deleted the end of the link:

bertrand-benoit.com/blog/2015/01/07

and this directs you straight away:

http://bertrand-benoit.com/blog/the-photographic-look/

2015-06-02, 12:36:02
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2015-06-02, 14:08:52
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Didn't have time to fish for it - I'm at work :P
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