2 quick tips for lighting your landscapes in Cinema 4D with Redshift including using a backdrop and adding variation to your light and shadows. Mentioned in this video: Grab the cloudy background image I used here.
Today we’ll take our Cinema 4D and Redshift Render Speeds to the next level by utilizing a Render Farm. Our favourite Render Farm is Drop & Render which works brilliantly with C4D and Redshift, so we’ll take you through the steps to get your project rendered even faster! Try Drop&Render Render Farm for FREE here.
15 ways to render faster in Redshift for Cinema 4D. In this lesson we’ll speed up your Redshift workflow and help you meet your render deadlines. If you still need more speed, try Drop&Render Render Farm for FREE here.
Several techniques for setting up your lights faster in Redshift including Targeting your lights, using a Null for pivoting, Object as Camera, the Lighting Tool and the HDR Light Studio plugin. Try the HDR Light Studio plugin free here (the full plugin is paid)
Learn how to create silhouettes with gobos/ cookies in Cinema 4D with Redshift. We’ll add textures to our lights and cast patterns into our scenes. We’ve also included a load of Window Shapes, Looping Animated Trees and Looping Tilable Water Caustics for you to download and use in your projects.
Learn how to create infinite studio lighting for your product shots using redshift dome lights and a reflective material. Project file includes full setup and Apple Watch 8 model.
Learn the correct way to set up your ACES color space for rendering and compositing with Cinema 4D and After Effects. Get the OpenColorIO plugin for After Effects here. Watch the Octane Version here. Install to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects xxxx\Support Files\Plug-ins