Photoshop Post Production Time-Lapse | Tropic Jungle Bedroom Scene

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An unedited Post Production time-lapse video; the elements in the render are vibrantly colored and I love that, but the lighting needed a little fix. So I edited a few of the elements that didn’t render correctly, added a Sharpening filter to give it an overall crisp look, then used the Z Depth channel to create a subtle Depth of Field effect. The color correction filter I used is a mix of two filters from Google Nik Collection (tweaked to suit my needs), and to top it all off I added in a bit of a grain effect.

Not recommended to watch unless you’re a little familiar with Post Production in Photoshop.

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Software Used

  • Sketchup 2018.
  • VRay Next (4.00.02).
  • Photoshop Cs6 Extended.
  • Materialize 1.78

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Video Production: Camtasia 2018

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