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|Product Name:||Mastering Cyberpunk Lighting Environments in Daz Studio and Photoshop|
|Published Artist(s):||Digital Art Live, Geekatplay|
This tutorial set by Vladimir Chopine from GeekAtPlay shows how to set up your own cyberpunk lighting environment in Daz Studio without having to rely on a pre-built set and using less resources for creating the scene and rendering.
Vladimir also goes over a composites cyberpunk project in-depth using a Daz Studio rendered background and photographed model, showing how to do this step by step in Photoshop.
Total tutorial set running time: 1 hour 52 minutes
How to Set up a Cyberpunk Lighting Set in Daz Studio How to make use of a flat plane background How to match a 3D model on the horizon line of the background Benefits of using a steampunk environment map (included in product) Best way to create steampunk neon lighting Learning lighting set up both for establishing and portrait shots in the scene Camera settings for depth of field Recommended emission settings for a cyberpunk environment Recommended luminosity levels Best practice for bloom effects Resource pack includes 15 high-resolution cyberpunk backgrounds and a cyberpunk light dome.
Cyberpunk Composite Project in Photoshop Compositing a photographed model onto a Daz rendered background How to deal with translucent materials when compositing How to tidy up the original photographed model The advantages of smart objects in Photoshop for compositing The importance of color temperatures Expert masking advice Step by step shadowing and highlights for the photographed subject Adding shadows on the model for grounding them into the Daz rendered environment Reflections Matching blacks of the elements Casting environmental colored lighting onto the photographed subject Resource pack includes PSD file of photographed model, Cyber-alley Stonemason set render, and rendered drone asset to allow follow-on with this tutorial.
Sample Video Presenter: Vladimir Chopine
The founder of Geekatplay and with a background in film production and computer sciences, 3D graphics have long provided a passionate pursuit for Vladimir, with a particular specialism in VUE. Serving 3D digital artists across the world, he has created over 2000 tutorials on VUE, Daz Studio, The PlantFactory, Photoshop, Terragen, World Machine, and a whole range of digital art software.
Originally from Moscow, he lives with his wife Ami Chopin, who is a professional writer in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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