Every Week I’ll be posting a new chapter of my online video course: Keyshot for Beginners. Find “Chapter 15: Post Processing” down below!
Now that we have created our renders, we can go and jump into Photoshop to edit our renders to make them look larger than life. This post processing part is a real make or break aspect of creating a great visualization. So, in this chapter, chapter 14 of the beginner’s course for Keyshot, I will show you the complete editing process that I normally use for my edits. I will be showing you some neat tips and tricks to make your render look absolutely amazing.
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👉 Purchase the Course video’s for offline viewing and/or the Project files to be able to work along with the course video’s (see the complete content below):
- 4,5 hours of voice overed, step by step, instructional videos in their original 4k quality resolution at 60 fps. Screen captured straight out of Keyshot and Photoshop.
- 15 chapters, with each chapter subdivided into subchapters where relevant.
- Video of each chapter as a whole (15 videos) and each subchapter (75 Videos) provided as a separate video, for your viewing convenience.
- Models: Various versions of the Drone model as featured in the instructional videos:
- Low poly – OBJ and FBX format versions
- High poly – OBJ and FBX format versions
- Textures: All Textures as featured in the instructional videos (free Poliigon textures obtained separately here)
- Scenes: Keyshot 11 final Drone scene .bip file.
- Images: All renders as featured in the instructional videos:
- Drone with water effects
- Ambient Occlusion Pass
- Drone mask
- Propellers mask
- Front screen mask
- Images: Photoshop 2021 final edits .psd file for the Drone render and Drone render with water effects, as featured in the instructional videos.
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