Quick Tip 28: Depth Pass in KeyShot

by | Feb 20, 2014 | 0 comments

Get the details on creating a depth pass in KeyShot to create photorealistic Depth of Field (DoF) in Photoshop instead of rendering it in KeyShot. Learn what is a depth pass, how to set them up in KeyShot and finally how to work with the EXR file in Photoshop through Exposure adjustments and the Lens Blur filter.

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