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Old 08-03-2014, 04:33 PM   #1
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Arrow Improving your 3D renders in Photoshop

Improving your 3D renders in Photoshop

In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look at how to improve your 3D renders drastically using simple techniques in Photoshop. Nearly everything you render from any 3D application will benefit from some post work in an application such as Photoshop, even if it’s just simple color grading. By default, most renders are bland; they’re missing contrast and the colors are usually far from perfect.



Photoshop is used here, as it really gives you a lot of control when it comes to the brush-engine. Applications such as Nuke and Fusion are amazing for post work too, and their color grading tools are far more advanced than Photoshop, but the brush tools here really makes it worth it.

Click here to learn the trick

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