Mastering KeyShot Tutorial: Product Visualization

I will teach you how to create realistic product visualization in KeyShot. Get 3D files and Bonus Video Content here ➡️

This tutorial is for the beginners or someone new to 3D rendering. This course will show you how to create realistic product visualization in real life workflow and also show how you can apply this technique in your future renders.

In the beginning of this tutorial, I will show you simple interface and how to navigate in KeyShot. I will explain how to set up photographic camera view and how to rotate 3D model to match reference images. We are going to apply simple materials to create lighting for our renders. In the lighting process I will show you and explain complete process how to create lighting in HDR editor from scratch. This HDR image can be used multiple times or you can export it and use it in different rendering engines. After we create lighting I will show you how to create master materials for this 3D model. We are going to replicate all the details from reference image. Most of these materials got seamless texture so you can save this materials into KeyShot Material Library and you can use it again for different 3D models and you save time when you will be texturing next 3D model. I will show you how to use KeyShot rendering settings for sharp images without noise and we are gonna compare final renders to see the results which render settings are the best. I am going to show you simple Post Production in Photoshop and give you tips and tricks how to create multiple color variations in post production.

►Bonus Content
In the bonus content I will explain difference between bump map and displacement map. I will teach you how to use Depth of Field to create even more realistic renders. In this bonus content you can also find full explanation how to create close-up renders and how to set up lighting for these renders.

Support me on Patreon - You can download 3D models, 3D scenes files, textures and gain access to Bonus Video Content.

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