@ronenbekerman thanks for highlighting that Ronen. it was a great example and I like that he shifted the camera a bit from the original
Nice work! Personally I've always thought this a worthy exercise learning from reality and what happens in photography. It reminds me of huge debates at work I've had on wether this is a pointless exercise in copying and not creating anything new. But that's not the point is it, it's learning and honing skills so they don't limit you when being creative.
@jimyshaw that's the point actually i think. learning to master your tools is so important.(if not the most important thing) i also think it is THE big misunderstanding that something "creative" must be very fancy or something that looks like something never-been-before. creativity is not about trying to re-invent the wheel.
creating something for the reason of itself sometimes or learning purposes is just ok, i think.
and: nobody would ever argue the creative duty of photorealistic painters' work from the 70's or even of photographers - who just push the button.
i think it is pointless to discuss - which does not mean these discussions didn't happen in my enviroment ;)
@naonaomnao やばいです。。。 今まで見た中で一番スゴいかも。
@Rodrivel76 vai ser chute: o da direita? É muito perfeito!
Very good FedericoI really likeStudents are playing well ..Congratulations to the teachers of the Academy
great render you did here!
the learning in those kind of work regarding lighting and shading is immense, isn't it? i can totally recommend doing that to everyone!
Great article. We can see some differences between the photo and the CG Image, but instead of all, it continues to be a great still image :)
@ronenbekerman maybe it's personal and subjective, but i like his renders more than actual photos =p
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