nice work julio...can you tell me how you set up your vray camera for the 3 point perspective? its a nice composition!
Thank you very much for your comment.
It was my first time with Realflow, so I had to follow a "try/mistake" process in order to get the final results I wanted.
I´m making a short tutorial about this shot. So you´ll be able to see how I worked inside Realflow.
Simple love the picnic shot.
Ive recently started to work with RealFlow and i would be grateful if you could tell a bit how you created the drops inside real flow. Deamons, and particle values etc.
Hello everyone and thank you again for your comments.
eraser: I thing you´re wrong, since you can make the dome light invisible and use other hdr images for mapping the enviroment and the reflection of your scene.
Fabio: I don´t totally agree. I think postproduction is very important (and fun :-) ), but you need to have a good raw image first. I mean that you need high quality raw before you play in PS, because when you have errors in the raw image, they often get more visible after postproduction.
I hope i helped you with my answers.
Great image. I can see that most of quality is involved by postproduction in PS, don't you think? Anyway is amazing!
very nice making of, one thing that bothers me.If you have a dome light with a hdri on it, you can no longer overwrite the envoirment or the reflection envoirment with other hdris.correct me if i am wrong
Hi San, thank you for your comment.
But I´m not sure, do you mean that you don´t like the sky?
or what do you mean with background? the cliffs maybe?
Image looks nice but background is so bad.. it actually killed the image.. but everything else is great..
Thank you very much for your comments!
It´s my first time making a "tutorial" or "making of" thing, and it´s very nice to get some feedback from you.
The pic nic shot (Image 5) is entirely CG. I'll try to make a mini "making of" of this shot.
Excellent render a nice making of! Congratz Julio!
Is the image 5 a render or a photo instead? That detail looks amazing.
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