Intro to Reverse Portrait Compositing Tutorial with Jonny Edward
Intro to Reverse Portrait Compositing Tutorial with Jonny Edward | 9.2GB
Reverse Portrait Compositing is a new workflow that challenges a very popular post-production technique known by many composite artists.
Reverse Portrait Compositing approaches portraiture and composite workflow from the opposite direction (surprise) allowing you to photograph your subject first and then build your background, lighting, and props. This new method incorporates CGI into a Photoshop retouching workflow using Cinema 4D. This tutorial comes with everything you need to understand the entire pipeline, including your very own Virtual Studio that you can shoot in from any angle, with any camera, allowing you to pick your focus and aperture in post-production. Anything is possible in CGI and this tutorial shows you how.
This tutorial is great for composite retouchers and photographers who would like to get a better understanding of how to build any environment around your model’s portrait (rather than the other way around). We’ve also included the Cinema4D workflow to create and build out a virtual environment using your own materials and textures that can be manipulated in post-production. Composite artists are often limited to what’s available in their existing image, but not anymore. Now anything you can think up can be created with the ultimate flexibility in post-production.
LEARN HOW CGI CAN BE USED IN PORTRAITURE
This tutorial is great for retouchers and photographers who would like to get a better understand of how to work with and retouch CGI renders. We’ve also included the Cinema 4D workflow to create and build out a virtual environment using your own materials and textures that can be manipulated in post production.
AN IMPROVED WORKFLOW FOR COMPOSITE ARTISTS
Have you ever worked with a client with unreasonable requests in post? When you understand this workflow you can say yes to almost all requests and accommodate these requests on the fly without sacrificing your time or profit.
CHANGE YOUR MIND IN POST-PRODUCTION
Every photographer has missed focus or wished for a wider depth of field to draw attention to an area of the image. With Reverse Compositing you never have to worry about missing focus in your render. You can always change it