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Automotive Rendering and Compositing in Photoshop and KeyShot
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Released Jul 1, 2013
Eric Martin

Guest Tutor

Eric Martin
In this tutorial we learn how to create an automotive render and composite it in Photoshop, VirtualRig, and KeyShot. Throughout these lessons we look at the various pieces it takes to build an automotive render. This covers adding realistic motion blur to a static backplate and utilizing the speed of KeyShot with HDR Light Studio to create the renders necessary for the final composite in Photoshop.

HDR images in this course are provided courtesy of Moofe.com.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:51
Blurring the backplate in VirtualRig Studio
2

Blurring the backplate in VirtualRig Studio

 
11:52
Blurring the HDR to match the backplate
3

Blurring the HDR to match the backplate

 
11:36
Introducing KeyShot and starting a new scene
4

Introducing KeyShot and starting a new scene

 
12:27
Lighting the car
5

Lighting the car

 
10:19
Setting up renders in KeyShot
6

Setting up renders in KeyShot

 
11:15
Layering the renders in Photoshop
7

Layering the renders in Photoshop

 
10:43
Changing blending modes of various renders
8

Changing blending modes of various renders

 
05:38
Color adjustments and additional renders
9

Color adjustments and additional renders

 
10:18
Adding car shading layers
10

Adding car shading layers

 
10:48
Final adjustments to our image
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Final adjustments to our image

 
14:18