The key to render nice and clean product visuals using 3ds Max and VRay is to setup a clean studio environment. You can use a drag and drop environment such as HDR Light Studio to create these visuals. However, if you want to make your product shots different from others, you need to create your own custom studio setup. This eBook will help you to create your own custom studio light setup using 3ds Max and VRay. This eBook is written for a broad set of users but it assumes that you have the basic knowledge of 3ds Max and V-Ray. The tutorial in this eBook is created using 3ds Max 2014 and VRay 3.0. Topics covered in this eBook: ac Creating environment for the studio light setup using the Syke plugin. ac Setting units for the studio setup. ac Using the exposure controls of the V-Ray Physical Camera. ac Creating chrome shader using V-Ray Material. ac Setting VRay Lights to illuminate the setup. ac Specifying the test and final settings for the VRay renderer. ac Using the linear workflow. More info: http://bit.ly/v9005cThe key to render nice and clean product visuals using 3ds Max and VRay is to setup a clean studio environment.
|Title||:||Exploring Studio Light Setup using 3ds Max and Vray|
|Author||:||Voxellaceous Creative Team|
|Publisher||:||Voxellaceous Creative Team - 2014-11-04|