Upcoming Webinar: Best Practice for Studio Lighting Product Shots

by | Apr 26, 2013 | 0 comments

We’re continuing our series on best practices this month with a look into studio lighting and what it takes to get brilliant visuals for those product shots. Shaun Redsar will be going through the process, providing insight into studio lighting basics, then exploring how to go about lighting a scene in KeyShot. He’ll talk about environments, the HDR Editor, adding highlights and using physical lights for added effect. As always, we’ll be answering your questions throughout the webinar. Details below!

Webinar: Best Practice for Studio Lighting Product Shots

Date: Tuesday, April 30th, 2012  – 10AM PDT

Lighting is perhaps the most important aspect when rendering out those product shots. How do you make them look professional? In this webinar, we’ll talk about the key concepts to know when setting up a product shot and how to use KeyShot to create the perfect mood for your shoot. Sign up now as space is limited! In this webinar:
  • Studio Basics
  • Quick Environment Swapping
  • Using the HDR editor to Customize your HDR
  • Utilizing physical lights for added effects
  • Q&A

Register for the webinar here.

You can view all past webinars, tutorials and more here.

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