Final adjustments to the shadows, adding a light wrap, edge blur, and stock effects to finish the shot.
Bringing it all together in a multipass composite: background, shadows, ambient occlusion, specularity, motion blur and more.
Use Planar Tracking in Fusion and Painting in Photoshop.
Use 3D camera tracking and lighting to match the scene and create 3D animation.
Learn how to work with external models, textures, and animations.
Extract a 2D shadow pass from 3D for 2d manipulation. Or project soft shadows back into a 3D scene for use with the OpenGL renderer.
Use Camera Projection, attach images to 3D objects or use Image Plane 3D. Learn about the differences and apply the correct method in DaVinci Resolve & Fusion.
Attach materials to your Text3d or load 3D Models with textures. Use Blinn, Phong, Cook-Torrance, Ward and more.
Create true 3d light effects with rays. Separate light effects from geometry in the 3d and create 2d masks from 3d materials.
Light a 3D scene in DaVinci Resolve & Fusion and use advanced 2D tricks for volumetric lights and light wraps.
Create your own combined tools with custom settings through Fusion Macros. You can export macros to the template library and to the Resolve Edit Effects Library.
Convert a student flat into a New York City apartment? A simple set extension may do the trick. A point tracker combined with some masking and keying can be enough to replace a window.