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Re: Post-production: the bleach bypass

PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2012 12:29 pm
by acc24ex
PAQUITO wrote:Realcamera works with the final image, not with the 3D software, so it works regardless what youre using. I use it very often and its super simple to use, gives great photo filtering in a breeze and... Its free! :D

That Realcamera app looks just like what octane has built inside the Tonemapping feature - I mean the names of the presets are the same - can you really get a better image? Looks great.. only thing it affects the whole image..

Still if you need to adjust parts of the image you have to use something like Nik tools - I have a photographer friend who also recommends it..

And that Motiva colimo plugin - thanks for the input - there are always bits like that that are missing from presentations, they also mentioned it works on your favorite renderer - misleading probably..
Well if it takes 5 times longer to render - you could probably argue what's the point then - you could probably render that many times anyway

Re: Post-production: the bleach bypass

PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2012 4:47 pm
To me the advantage of using realcamera is the agility of the system, its faster than the octane built in tool, and easier to use. Also you can keep the raw render to generate variations of it, its more flexible and richer in features.

Re: Post-production: the bleach bypass

PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2012 8:01 am
by madcoo
Many thanks for these tips, very useful !