Creating Realistic Lighting Using Your Own HDRI's | Patrick Foley | Skillshare

Creating Realistic Lighting Using Your Own HDRI's

Patrick Foley, Visual Artist

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6 Videos (31m)
    • Intro

      0:49
    • Capturing Your Image: Part 1

      1:38
    • Capturing Your Image: Part 2

      1:02
    • Prepping HDRI For Cinema 4D

      5:55
    • Applying / Manipulating HDRI

      15:49
    • Post Editing (Photoshop)

      5:59

About This Class

In this class, you'll learn how to create photorealistic lighting for your renders by taking your own panoramic photos using nothing but your phone. 

You'll learn why certain HDRI's work better than others in certain situations along with how to prep them for cinema 4d. 

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Patrick Foley

Visual Artist

Hello, I'm Patrick. Many know me as Patrick4d. I've been creating photorealistic abstract renders in Cinema4d and Photoshop for awhile now and was overwhelmed at the support and buzz surrounding my Instagram. My work has been featured by Photoshop, The Motion Designers Community, TheGraphicsPr0ject and more.

So as a thank you, I've decided to share some of my knowledge. I will be releasing a new class every month so hit the follow button and jump aboard!

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