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Old 08-12-2013, 10:21 AM   #1
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Reflection Map for a moving car help...

Hey,

well this is something I plan to do atleast in 2-3 months and iv'e started to think of the theory behind it all. The imaged based lighting poses no problem. Anyway here is the plan, i'm currently modling a VW campervan and i'm planning on compositing it onto a road driving along with the camera along side it, now to get the initial shot i'll be car mounting my canon 550D and driving on the wrong side of the road (It's a private road dont worry!) to get the Background plate footage, which i'll 3D track and then place the campervan in, however, my next problem would be a reflection map for the campervan, how would I go about getting one, would a still image work, which I don't think it would, or would I have to somehow film a chromeball mounted to my car as I drive down the road?

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