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Gabriele Turchi
3D relighting tutorial?
on Mar 5, 2012 at 5:15:56 pm

hi , have watched the tutorial by grant about 3D relighting in the smoke for FCP user tutorial series ,

as a colorist that is incredibly attractive fetters , i am wondering if anyone knows of other tutorials that show more of that , i am interested on having a 2D image , cut masks or key and use the 3D lighting tools ..
thanks

g

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Grant Kay
Re: 3D relighting tutorial?
on Mar 6, 2012 at 11:41:12 am

Hi Gabriele,

Would you give me an idea of exactly what you are looking for?

I remember that in the FCP series, I had already keyed and separated the foreground from the background before adding the lights to grade the shot.

Could you give me specifics?

When we first introduced the lighting tools, I did this video






I know that I used 3D objects but the same could work for 2D surfaces that have been root-scoped or keyed. There is also the lens flares and rays lighting which can also add more to the composites.

Let me know and I'll try add it to my list of things to do :)

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Grant

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Gabriele Turchi
Re: 3D relighting tutorial?
on Mar 6, 2012 at 5:00:58 pm

thanks Grant ,
this video you just posted above helps ,

but as you said , off course those are 3D object ..

my main interest in this topic (as a colorist) is technique and strategies how to properly key or rotoscope 2D real world elements of the scene and use this relighting tools to relight

mainly i would love to see it in a Indoor shot , in a situation where a flat light can be made way more interesting using this technique ...off course lens flare is the perfect companion of this 3D light system , but i believe that i a real world scenario (meaning images without graphics or text animation) only few shots can benefit of that (backlight shots)

so it would be amazing see a tutorial about relighting an indoor scene (how properly isolate the talent from the background and create a realistic re-ligth ..)

looks forward !

thanks

g

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Grant Kay
Re: 3D relighting tutorial?
on Mar 7, 2012 at 10:40:57 am

I will certainly add it to my list...

But be warned ;) I am extremely busy right now with loads of things so I will look at it when I can.

I wouldn't want for you to have the expectation that you'll see it tomorrow ;)

Many thanks for the feedback.

Regards
Grant

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Gabriele Turchi
Re: 3D relighting tutorial?
on Mar 8, 2012 at 2:40:27 am

thanks grant .

if you have a spare moment just think about someone is really looking forward to that one ...

:)

thanks
g

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