Category Archives: How to improve your 3D renders (in Keyshot)

How to improve your 3D render: Quick post processing in 5 simple steps

The art of 3D rendering provides the ability to make images look larger than life. You have total control over the look and feel of your image. You can take ages to tweak the look to your desire. But you do not always have the time to go all out. That is why in this […]

How to Improve your 3D renders: Adding dust in Keyshot.

If you render out a 3D product on your computer, everything about it will look absolutely perfect. But if you want to create a more photorealistic product render, you have to understand that the world around us is not perfect. Objects contain, amongst other things, scratches, dents, smudges and dust. Those imperfection that come for […]

How to improve your 3D renders: Depth OF Field (DOF) in Keyshot

Depth Of Field, or abbreviated as DOF, is a powerful technique that can add realism to your renders or create specific focus on a part of your render. It is known as a post processing technique, but in 3D renders it can also be implemented in the rendering itself. In my opinion, implementing it in […]

How to improve your 3D renders: Creating custom Masks

If you are familiar with editing in Photoshop, you might already know how important masks are. It provides you the ability to control what you want to have visible in your layer. If you are for example making a product render, you might want to be able to select or edit specific parts of your […]

How to improve your 3D renders: Ambient Occlusion

Some of you might have already heard of it. Some of you might have not. Some might have seen an occlusion material in your 3D software of choice. Others might have noticed an occlusion pass in their software’s render settings. But what exactly is Ambient Occlusion? What is it good for? And how do I […]