In this tutorial I’ll be going over some tips / ideas you can apply to create a stylized landscape photo using Adobe Lightroom 4!
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create artificial light bursts or lens flares in Adobe Photoshop!
Photoshop tutorial showing how to transform a photo of a lush, green summer forest into a cold, snowy, wintry day by applying a few adjustments and filters. http://youtu.be/AuazqdFrAlA
Interview Corey Rubadue – Product Manager for V-Ray for SketchUp Welcome to the arena of SketchUp-ur-Space. Make a brief introduction about yourself and Chaos Group. My name is Corey Rubadue and I’m the Product Manager for V-Ray for SketchUp. I’m also an architect that has used V-Ray for architectural visualization […]
V-Ray 2.0 for 3ds Max – V-Ray Light Select VRayLightSelect – Render element to extract the contribution of individual lights
This video demonstrates my basic workflow in photoshop; which means depending on the scene, I sometimes employ other techniques if I find it necessary (i.e. for more realistic results, I use 10-15+ render elements). Thanks to: Mark Lester Ocampo http://youtu.be/RdmcB9VbzH4 https://www.facebook.com/kewl1291/media_set?set=a.627570360593356.1073741825.100000211936780&type=3
Let’s find out how this dark side of the Snow White fairytale was envisioned and photographed… http://500px.com/blog/800/photo-tutorial-hunger-white?utm_campaign=Recommended+Reading-11-10-2013&utm_medium=email&utm_source=photo-tutorial-hunger-white
This video describes 2 different methods of creating a 3 dimensional model which Google SkethcUp will recoginze as a “solid” component or “solid group”. This is a necessary identification if you would like to convert your model into an .stl file which can be printed on a 3D printer
Thanks to: Adam Kormendi https://www.facebook.com/AdamKormendiArchVis If u want download this scene absolutely free: http://tiny.cc/xe715w
It’s time to learn how to make some cool custom lights in Vray. Let’s also see how we can add constraints to them so it’s easier to move them around in our scene.
10 part tutorial series to 3dsmax