More Blender/Hitfilm harmony



  • @spydurhank Thank you, initially I just set out to record some footage of the park but then movie mode kicked in when I got home and thought "Hey this would make for a good eerie scene" And so I played around with it. LOL

  • @FlyingBanana78 ; You did a very nice job with the D4N adjustments.  Really the only giveaway for me was the super hard shadows of the handrails.  The age old problem with D4N as I understand it.  In a bigger production this could be lessened by hanging diffuse scrim or shooting on an overcast day but a not bad attempt for our kind of film productions; Zero budget hobbyist. :)

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    @tddavis @Flyingbanana78

    Careful External quickly multiply  :)

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    Please delete

  • @BobDiMarzio ; You can say the again!  I think mine are part Tribble at the rate they reproduce around here :)

  • @BobDiMarzio holy spaghetti warehouse batman! :) 

    @tddavis LOL on the tribbles, yeah there is also some hard light too that is seen. Normally I would try to shoot on an overcast day for natural diffusion. I do that when creating my own textures for blender work, you really don't want any shadowing at all or over exposure.

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