HDRI Studio Pack is a collection of over 70 studio images made to light your scenes, animations and products just like a real studio. These HDR Images were captured from Professionally lit 3D product studios so your renders look just like the pros. Also included are flicker-free animation presets so you can light your animations using these HDRI images.
- The Requirements.
HDRI Studio Pack requires Cinema 4D 11, 11.5 or 12. You also need Global Illumination. How do you know if you have Global Illumination? If you have the Advanced Render Module, or R12 Broadcast, Visualization, or Studio bundles, then you are ready to rock! Runs on Mac or PC operating system. NOTE: HDRI Studio Pack is fully compatible with Cinema 4D R14.
- What’s Included?
71 High Resolution HDRI Images captured from Professionally lit 3D product studios. (6000px x 3000px)
- HDR Studio Rig
This rig allows you to light your scenes just by dragging and dropping your favorite HDR image into the scene. This rig also allows you to fine tune the HDR images to match your scene perfectly.
- Seamless Floor
Included in the HDRI rig is a seamless floor that lets you to render your products and scenes on a seamless floor object. If you have tried to do this before, then you know how hard this is to get working correctly. This rig takes care of it for you.
- Scene Presets
Custom Presets for every type of render including animation presets for flicker-free animations using these HDRI images. Built so you can worry about making your render look great and not about perfecting settings
About The Gorilla
Hi there! My name is Nick Campbell. I currently live in Chicago and work as a motion designer, photographer, iPhone app designer and educator. I have worked for over 6 years in the motion design industry, most recently at Digital Kitchen where I worked on Dexter, Target, Blackberry, and most recently for the Tonight Show with Conan O’brien. This blog was started to help creatives and creators make cool shit. I post tutorials about my process as well as links to ideas, news, and inspiration. The idea behind the blog is “As I learn it, so do you”.