Author Topic: Smokey Interior effect  (Read 1561 times)

2017-07-06, 22:40:48

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Does anyone know how to create a slight smokey feel in an interior?

2017-07-07, 11:21:21
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2017-07-07, 18:30:54
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If it's just a general haze, then best do it in post using the zdepth channel. Much easier and more control.
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2017-07-09, 01:18:39
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If it's just a general haze, then best do it in post using the zdepth channel. Much easier and more control.

Hmmm... I use ZDepth, but only for blur effect.
How do I use the ZDepth to get a haze.

The effect I am after is like the movie: Bladerunner... the interior scenes. They are smokey and dimly lit.

2017-07-09, 20:44:42
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If you want to do that in the renderer:

You can do haze/fog with just a zdepth pass, but those Godrays are very hard to achive with just Z-depth, as the only way I know involves a plugin for after effects.

2017-07-10, 11:56:02
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... and what is the AE Plugin?
And we are talking about a STILL image effect... not a movie effect.

Thanks.

2017-07-11, 08:44:48
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